Section 144 imposed in Delhi for one month, these things will be banned for 30 days, know the reason

In view of the proposed Delhi Chalo March of farmers from tomorrow i.e. Monday, Section 144 has been imposed in Delhi. Delhi Commissioner Sanjay Arora announced on Monday that now Section 144 has been implemented in entire Delhi. Earlier on Sunday, Section 144 of CPC was imposed on the borders of North East Delhi and UP. In fact, in view of the fear of large-scale tension and social unrest due to the farmers’ Delhi Chalo march, Delhi Police has imposed Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CRPC) in the national capital for a month. Police have expressed the possibility that farmers will try to enter Delhi from Punjab, Uttar Pradesh and Haryana during March.

What things will be banned
Due to the implementation of Section 144, there will be a complete ban on holding meetings, processions or rallies and entry of tractor trolleys carrying people in the national capital Delhi. Through the order issued by Delhi Police Commissioner Sanjay Arora, there has been a complete ban on taking out any kind of rally or procession and blocking the roads. This order will remain in force in Delhi from 12th February till the next one month i.e. 12th March. After this order, there will be a complete ban on tractor rallies entering Delhi. Delhi Police says that there is a danger of tension, public nuisance, public disturbance as well as social unrest due to the entry of the proposed Delhi Chalo rally of farmers in New Delhi. And there is a danger of violence.

Delhi Police has said in its order that under Section 144, there will be a complete ban on carrying substances like acid, explosives, firearms or weapons in public places within the territory of Delhi. Delhi Police will conduct strict and thorough checking of all vehicles coming from the borders of Haryana and Uttar Pradesh. The order further states that there will be a ban on giving statements, slogans and speeches inciting emotions through oral, written or electronic means.

Antisocial elements can take advantage of the opportunity
Delhi Police has said in its order that people participating in the farmers’ protest can use tractors, trolleys, trailers as means of transportation to enter Delhi. These can essentially create a major hazard on the roads and cause unnecessary traffic jams. Due to which there may be problems for the residents of Delhi. At the same time, the police say that there is a fear that some anti-social elements and protesting groups may take advantage of the situation and indulge in activities harmful to peace, public order as well as law and order in Delhi. with language input

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