Security has also been beefed up outside Asaram rape case victim's residence.
Delhi Police CPRO Deepender Pathak said that the police is alert and is in constant touch with concerned states and that adequate forces will immediately be deployed if required.
"Delhi police alert and in touch with concerned states. All field formations of police put on alert. Adequate forces will immediately be deployed if required. All officers will be present in their areas," Pathak said.
"We will not tolerate any kind of nonsense. We have taken all precautionary measures. We are confident that we will be able to handle law and order," Kapoor said.
Earlier in the day, the Union Home Ministry had reportedly asked Rajasthan, Gujarat and Haryana to tighten security and deploy additional forces.
These three states have a large number of followers of the self-styled godman.
The Ministry also told the three states to ensure that no violence takes place after the verdict.
The police further said that Section 144 of Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) will be imposed in Jodhpur till April 30.
The police had earlier filed a petition in the high court stating that Rajasthan may witness Panchkula-like violence, which broke out after the conviction of controversial godman Gurmeet Ram Rahim Singh in a rape case.
The Jodhpur SC/ST Court on April 7 completed its hearing in the rape case against Asaram.
Asaram was arrested after the teenage girl had filed a complaint against him.
While in Gujarat, the two Surat-based sisters had lodged separate complaints against the self-styled godman and his son Narayan Sai, accusing them of rape.
The Jodhpur Police arrested Asaram on August 3, 2013, and since then, he is in prison. (ANI)