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of Britain King Charles III The coronation is about to take place. It is reported to cost about 26 billion (250 million pounds). Out of this, about 16 billion rupees (150 million pounds) will be spent in his security. The rest will be spent on the preparations for the coronation and the three-day long ceremony.
According to reports, a special air traffic control schedule has been prepared for senior officials and security has been tightened at the landing site. In fact, it is believed that the demonstration regarding climate change can also affect the arrival of private jets. Due to this, special security arrangements have been made.
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Drones will keep an eye on the crowd
Apart from this, special arrangements have been made to ensure that activists do not create any disturbance in this event. Under this, snipers will be deployed on the roofs. A large number of armed officers will be deployed. Apart from this, the crowd will be monitored with the help of police drones. According to the report, Special Forces will also be on standby, which will include the UK Counter Terrorism Defense Mechanism with Blue Thunder 2 helicopters.
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According to the reports, about 16 billion rupees are being spent in the security arrangements made for the coronation. The amount can be more than this. Everything is being closely monitored. Thousands of people are engaged in work. Many people are working overtime. A big operation is being carried out to bring the officials of other countries involved in the coronation to a safe country and then for all their arrangements. Most of these officers will be brought from the airfield under the supervision of the police.
The report quoted security experts as saying that on the day of the coronation, there would be chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear units across London. Apart from this, the ambulance service will also be on duty.