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Jorhat dist admin appeals for peace

By Staff Correspondent

JORHAT, Dec 11 - The Jorhat district administration has appealed to the people to maintain peace and harmony in the district.

A press note issued by the district administration stated that the DM has urged people to remain vigilant against unscrupulous elements that may try to foment trouble in the prevailing situation and disturb peace by creating a law-and-order situation.

The note also said that the administration has asked the citizens to maintain a close watch so that no Government public and private property could be damaged by miscreants.

The Jorhat District Magistrate RA Korati by an order issued today has declared dry days on December 11-12 (today and tomorrow) in view of maintaining �public peace and law and order situation� in the district. All retail shops, bars, warehouses dealing with sale of liquor will remain closed, the order stated. Any violation of the order will be sternly dealt with as per relevant provisions of the Assam Excise Act and rules, the order mentioned.

Korati on Monday passed another order imposing certain prohibitions under Section 144 Cr PC within three days (December 6) of a similar order passed by her.

The order issued on December 9 by Korati, stated that in view of prevailing law and order situation in the district, �necessary steps to be taken to prevent any untoward incident that likely could cause breach of public peace and tranquility, activities endangering public life and property.�

The order restricted carrying of any kind of inflammable objects including fire mashal, candle, effigy, tyres etc., to be burnt by any individual or group of persons at any public place, road, in front of Government Offices, residence of any public servant, renowned person and public representatives.

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Jorhat dist admin appeals for peace

JORHAT, Dec 11 - The Jorhat district administration has appealed to the people to maintain peace and harmony in the district.

A press note issued by the district administration stated that the DM has urged people to remain vigilant against unscrupulous elements that may try to foment trouble in the prevailing situation and disturb peace by creating a law-and-order situation.

The note also said that the administration has asked the citizens to maintain a close watch so that no Government public and private property could be damaged by miscreants.

The Jorhat District Magistrate RA Korati by an order issued today has declared dry days on December 11-12 (today and tomorrow) in view of maintaining �public peace and law and order situation� in the district. All retail shops, bars, warehouses dealing with sale of liquor will remain closed, the order stated. Any violation of the order will be sternly dealt with as per relevant provisions of the Assam Excise Act and rules, the order mentioned.

Korati on Monday passed another order imposing certain prohibitions under Section 144 Cr PC within three days (December 6) of a similar order passed by her.

The order issued on December 9 by Korati, stated that in view of prevailing law and order situation in the district, �necessary steps to be taken to prevent any untoward incident that likely could cause breach of public peace and tranquility, activities endangering public life and property.�

The order restricted carrying of any kind of inflammable objects including fire mashal, candle, effigy, tyres etc., to be burnt by any individual or group of persons at any public place, road, in front of Government Offices, residence of any public servant, renowned person and public representatives.