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Section 144 imposed in Jorhat

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JORHAT, Dec 9 - To maintain law and order and prevent breach of peace and harmony among public in view of the situation arising out of COVID-19 pandemic, the Jorhat district administration has imposed certain restrictions under Sec 144 CrPC.

An order passed by the District Magistrate stated that assembly of five or more persons at public places, taking out processions, burning of effigies, construction of any structure as swahid bedis in government or public places, training in public places by way of drills, training in use of weapons and lathis, collection of subscription, donation, etc, by any person, group of persons or organisations, bursting of crackers in moving vehicles or throwing crackers at vehicles have been prohibited.

The order further said that throwing of coloured powder or any other objectionable substances on people, especially on women and children at public places, use of loudspeakers near hospitals, judicial courts, educational institutes at high decibels from 10 pm to 6 am, making communal or antinational speeches and slogans, pasting posters and writing on government or private buildings, use of tinted glass in vehicles, use of coloured and bright lights, wearing dresses similar to military forces, have been prohibited. The prohibitions will not be applicable to security personnel in uniform and government employees on duty.

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Section 144 imposed in Jorhat

JORHAT, Dec 9 - To maintain law and order and prevent breach of peace and harmony among public in view of the situation arising out of COVID-19 pandemic, the Jorhat district administration has imposed certain restrictions under Sec 144 CrPC.

An order passed by the District Magistrate stated that assembly of five or more persons at public places, taking out processions, burning of effigies, construction of any structure as swahid bedis in government or public places, training in public places by way of drills, training in use of weapons and lathis, collection of subscription, donation, etc, by any person, group of persons or organisations, bursting of crackers in moving vehicles or throwing crackers at vehicles have been prohibited.

The order further said that throwing of coloured powder or any other objectionable substances on people, especially on women and children at public places, use of loudspeakers near hospitals, judicial courts, educational institutes at high decibels from 10 pm to 6 am, making communal or antinational speeches and slogans, pasting posters and writing on government or private buildings, use of tinted glass in vehicles, use of coloured and bright lights, wearing dresses similar to military forces, have been prohibited. The prohibitions will not be applicable to security personnel in uniform and government employees on duty.

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