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Sec 144 CrPC promulgated in East Garo Hills

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WILLIAMNAGAR , Jan 23 - In view of the ensuing Meghalaya Assembly elections, East Garo Hills District Magistrate, Ramkumar S, has promulgated Section 144 CrPC with effect from January18 prohibiting the movement or gathering of five or more persons in the district during the time of election.

The order was passed to prevent anyone with an intention to disrupt the peace and tranquility and carry out activity that may disrupt the conduct of free and fair election in the district, carrying of lathis, stones, firearms and other weapons that may hurt humans and damage properties. It also seeks to prevent or any act to disrupt normal life in the district and restricts use of loudspeakers before 6 am and after 10 pm without prior permission of the authority.

The order further prohibits the offering of inducement to the voters, appealing the caste or communal feelings of electors, using of places of worship for election propaganda, writing on walls, pasting of posters or papers, defacement in any form, erecting or displaying of cut-outs, hoardings, banners, flags, etc., in any Government premises.

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Sec 144 CrPC promulgated in East Garo Hills

WILLIAMNAGAR , Jan 23 - In view of the ensuing Meghalaya Assembly elections, East Garo Hills District Magistrate, Ramkumar S, has promulgated Section 144 CrPC with effect from January18 prohibiting the movement or gathering of five or more persons in the district during the time of election.

The order was passed to prevent anyone with an intention to disrupt the peace and tranquility and carry out activity that may disrupt the conduct of free and fair election in the district, carrying of lathis, stones, firearms and other weapons that may hurt humans and damage properties. It also seeks to prevent or any act to disrupt normal life in the district and restricts use of loudspeakers before 6 am and after 10 pm without prior permission of the authority.

The order further prohibits the offering of inducement to the voters, appealing the caste or communal feelings of electors, using of places of worship for election propaganda, writing on walls, pasting of posters or papers, defacement in any form, erecting or displaying of cut-outs, hoardings, banners, flags, etc., in any Government premises.

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