Section 144CrPC imposed on Dibrugarh district

Section 144CrPC imposed on Dibrugarh district

DIBRUGARH: Justice of the Peace and Deputy Chief Cabinet Secretary of the Dibrugarh district has imposed CrPC section 144 throughout the Dibrugarh district and banned some activities. This order is effective June 15th and is valid for 60 days. Violations of the order will be punished under Section 188 of the IPC.

The order prohibits gatherings of five or more people in public places, and the carrying of deadly weapons or weapons in public places such as lathes, daggers, sticks, spears, and swords. Similarly, public rallies, processions, demonstrations, strikes including hunger strikes, Dana, slogan screams in public places that cause disruptions on public roads and highways, sideways and normal traffic movements, burning of Effie, powerful Subscriptions, donations, robbers from any person, office, and office in any way or form.

Crackers, combustibles on the street or in public places, pedestrians, moving or stationery vehicles, throwing of color and / or offensive substances in public places or dumping to the general public, especially women and children, are also prohibited. I am. ..

The use of loudspeakers from 10 pm to 6 am, the use of colored or opaque eyeglasses in vehicles, and the wearing of olive green uniforms (military uniform / combat uniform / fatigue) are prohibited. However, this order does not apply to police and army personnel, as well as justice of the peace, judicial officers, and persons engaged in government obligations and other law enforcement agencies, as well as public affairs and duties.

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