There would be a heavy deployment of security personnel, especially in sensitive pockets where violence had taken place during the agitation earlier, a senior police official said.
The Union Home Ministry has provided additional security forces to the state.
Home Guards too will be deployed to assist police, he said.
"People will be allowed to stage protests peacefully. We are appealing people not to take law into their hands and not to believe any kinds of rumours," he said.
If they find any suspicious activity, it should be reported to the police immediately, he said.
There would be video shooting of protests. These videos and CCTV footage will help police identify criminals and mischief-mongers who may try to take advantage and indulge in violence, the official said.
July 18 to 27, 276 cases of violence were registered across the state during the quota agitation. There were incidents of stone pelting at over 250 places and 198 incidents of arson, he said.
More than Rs 4.5 crore-worth public and private property was damaged within 10 days, the official said.
The politically dominant Maratha community is agitating for reservation in jobs and education. Maratha organisations have called for a new round of protests from August 9.
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