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Section 144 imposed in Delhi for 30 days, know what is allowed and what will be banned?

Police in Delhi and Haryana are on high alert regarding the farmers’ ‘Delhi Chalo’ march. There is a possibility that farmers from Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana will try to enter Delhi during the ‘March’. In such a situation, the police has imposed Section 144 in Delhi for one month i.e. till March 12. In such a situation, let us know what things will be allowed and what will be banned during this period.

New Delhi. Police in Delhi and Haryana are on high alert regarding the farmers’ ‘Delhi Chalo’ march. This march is proposed for tomorrow i.e. 13th February, however in view of this, Delhi Police has imposed Section 144 in the city. Delhi Police said that in order to avoid any untoward incident and ‘social unrest’, Section 144 will remain in force in the city for the next one month.

There is a possibility that farmers from Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana will try to enter Delhi during the ‘March’. In the order issued by Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora on Monday, there has been a ban on taking out any kind of rally or procession and blocking roads and routes. Under the orders of Delhi Police, tractor rallies have been banned from crossing the borders of the national capital.

Who is allowed in Delhi during Section 144 and who is not?

  • With the implementation of Section 144, there has been a ban on blocking roads, any movement, rally or public meeting in Delhi.
  • Any kind of protest rally or public meeting with more than 5 or 4 people without permission will be prohibited.
  • Entry of tractor trolleys and trunks has been banned in Delhi. Along with this, no such vehicle will be allowed to enter Delhi which has any weapons used in violence like sticks, sticks, swords etc.
  • Under this order, guns, deadly weapons and any other item which can be used to disturb peace has been banned.
  • Apart from this, a ban has also been imposed on collecting bricks, stones, acid, petrol and soda water etc.
  • Along with this, permission has been given for marriage processions and funeral processions or any kind of religious rallies, but for this the permission of the concerned authority is required.
  • There will be a ban on the use of loudspeakers from any vehicle, building, private or public building without permission.
Shyamu Maurya
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