<!– /11440465/Dna_Article_Middle_300x250_BTF –>The Capital remained on high alert with prohibitory orders continuing on Saturday. Sources in the police department stated that Section 144 would continue to be imposed in Delhi till September 8.Police also sought to provide a visible deterrent to those looking to indulge in hooliganism by organising flag marches in areas that had witnessed violence post the CBI court verdict against Dera chief Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh.Anand Vihar and Badarpur were the most prominent areas where the flag march was held along with reserved forces and senior police officials in attendance, during the day. This was followed in other areas including Trilokpuri, Jahangirpuri, Nand Nagari and other parts of the city.In another precautionary measure, QRT vans and SWAT teams were mobilised in disturbed areas. Police sources stated that Station House Officers and Assistant Commissioners have been instructed to put up barricades in strategic places. They have also been ordered them to increase patrolling in their respective areas.Special Commissioner(Law and Order) SBK Singh told DNA that all the security apparatus is in place and the police are prepared to handle any eventuality.”Feedback has been taken from all districts and no untoward incident was reported from any part. Normal life has gone on. The prohibitory orders will remain in place for miscreants and in no way will the common man be affected.”Sources claim that these followers may carry out violent activities in different parts of the Capital. This may include torching of DTC buses, parked public transport and markets. Following these inputs, security in these places has been beefed up. Police said that they shut down an ashram of the Dera Sacha Sauda located in the satellite town on Saturday. “The court has ordered us to seal the ashram. We have also deployed forces around the premises,” said Ravinder Kumar, Gurugram police spokesperson.ON HIGH ALERTAccording to intelligence inputs, supporters of Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh have started regrouping in areas of Delhi, Haryana and Punjab with the intent of causing trouble ahead of the announcement of the sentence against the godman.

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After the mayhem, Delhi remains calm