Communal clash: Prohibitory orders imposed in Mangaluru till July 30
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Communal clash: Prohibitory orders imposed in Mangaluru till July 30

Mangaluru: Mangaluru Police have clamped prohibitory orders under Section 35 of Karnataka Police Act in Mangaluru City Police Commissionerate limits from 6 am on July 16 to midnight of July 30.

The Police Commissioner, in a release, has stated that the prohibitory orders have been promulgated based on a report submitted by the Deputy Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) K.M. Shantharaju, who has sought the Commissioner to promulgate prohibitory orders as a precautionary measure to prevent recurring of untoward incidents that were being reported at several places across Dakshina Kannada district recently.

Accordingly, people in the city will not be allowed to carry or transport weapons, sticks, knives, mace, pistols, rifles, latis or any type of equipment that may be used for assault.

The Section prevents people from carrying explosive materials, parading effigies and shouting slogans, singing songs, delivering speeches that may trigger crime or pose threat to national security.

Using posters and pictures or any other materials that may instigate crime also has been prohibited during    the period.



July 17, 2017

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