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Section 144 CrPC imposed in Dibrugarh

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DIBRUGARH, Dec 31 - Amidst the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019, the additional district magistrate here today passed prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC, banning assembly of five or more people in public places, holding demonstration and expressing resentment.

The order also prohibits carrying sticks, dagger, swords and other weapons, disrupting traffic by taking out rallies, holding strike, burning effigies, construction of tombs of martyrs at government or semi-government places, weapon training, forceful collection of donations, gambling and lottery games.

Through the same order, the district administration has also banned bursting of firecrackers on roads, smearing colour or objectionable things on people, particularly on women and children, passing offensive comments on women, use of sound system from 10 pm to 6 am, blowing of horn near educational institutions, hospitals and court, delivery of provocative speeches, indulging in communal and anti-national activities, use of tinted glass, high beam light and coloured lights in vehicles, among others.

However, in the matter of assembly of five or more people, cinema halls, educational institutions, railway stations, bus stops, marriage venues and religious places are exempted, a release stated.

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Section 144 CrPC imposed in Dibrugarh

DIBRUGARH, Dec 31 - Amidst the ongoing protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act, 2019, the additional district magistrate here today passed prohibitory orders under Section 144 of the CrPC, banning assembly of five or more people in public places, holding demonstration and expressing resentment.

The order also prohibits carrying sticks, dagger, swords and other weapons, disrupting traffic by taking out rallies, holding strike, burning effigies, construction of tombs of martyrs at government or semi-government places, weapon training, forceful collection of donations, gambling and lottery games.

Through the same order, the district administration has also banned bursting of firecrackers on roads, smearing colour or objectionable things on people, particularly on women and children, passing offensive comments on women, use of sound system from 10 pm to 6 am, blowing of horn near educational institutions, hospitals and court, delivery of provocative speeches, indulging in communal and anti-national activities, use of tinted glass, high beam light and coloured lights in vehicles, among others.

However, in the matter of assembly of five or more people, cinema halls, educational institutions, railway stations, bus stops, marriage venues and religious places are exempted, a release stated.

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