NEW DELHI: This year, visitors arriving for the Republic Day parade will be allowed entry only through a QR code-based entry pass, Delhi Police said on Tuesday. The feature has been added as an extra layer of security check, senior police officers said. Other than this, 24 helpdesks are being set up to assist the visitors. Around 60,000 people are expected to attend the celebrations, DCP (New Delhi) Pranav Tayal said.“We will have over 6,000 security personnel deployed at the venue along with paramilitary personnel. Our anti-terror squad, Parakram vans and dog squads will be stationed strategically. Spotters will be placed atop high-rises. Thirty-one teams have been formed to sanitise and seal buildings around Kartavyapath and Red Fort,” the DCP said.Tayal said that anti-sabotage checks were being conducted in markets and high footfall areas. “Our teams are also checking hotels and lodges for any suspicious person or activities. Hotel staff, cyber café owners and those working at areas of high footfall have been sensitised to inform the police about any suspicious person or activity.”Checks at borders have been intensified. Anti-terror measures have also been intensified in coordination with other security agencies.Police teams on Monday and Tuesday held meetings with the members of residents welfare associations and market welfare associations and made them aware about security measures in place for Republic Day.