Rajasthan News: Rajasthan’s Jodhpur Police Commissionerate Executive Magistrate Vineet Kumar Bansal has issued a major order on Tuesday. The order stated that in view of the present circumstances and the upcoming festivals of Muharram, Raksha Bandhan, Independence Day, Navratri, Durgashtami, Vijayadashami as well as during the student union elections in the university and college, ordered to maintain law and order. Section 144 has been imposed in the entire city. He said that this order will be effective from August 9 till further orders.
There will be a complete ban on these events
Under this order, no person shall carry any kind of lethal chemical substance, explosion and lethal liquid in a bottle or any other vessel during this period. Speeches, slogans provoking religious sentiments will not be raised, nor will such slogans be written at any place. Along with this, you will not use objectionable, lewd, obscene speech, slogans, songs etc. Due to which the feeling of goodwill, social harmony gets hurt.
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These people will get exemption from order
At the same time, let us tell you that no person coming to the commissionerate will carry weapons, sharp-edged weapons, sticks and roam in a public place, nor will he display such weapons, weapons, sharp-edged weapons in any way, but This restriction will not be applicable for granting or renewal of arms permit and going to the police station to deposit it.
According to the religious tradition, the people of the Sikh community will be allowed to keep the kirpan prescribed according to the rules. This restriction will not apply to Border Security Force, Rajasthan Armed Forces, Civil Police, Home Guards, Army and other State and Central employees who have been authorized to carry arms with them in connection with law and order of peace.
Action will be taken for disobeying the order
Along with this, the use of automatic vehicles will be completely banned in Jodhpur. Also, no person shall disclose, use or disseminate any material promoting social, cultural, religious and caste hatred or hysteria through the Internet and social media such as Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, etc. If anyone disobeys the order, strict action will be taken against him under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code i.e. IPC and other provisions.
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