Curbs near Assembly, secretariat extended

Published: 09th September 2012 11:11 AM  |   Last Updated: 09th September 2012 11:11 AM   |  A+A-

City police commissioner Anurag Sharma on Saturday extended the prohibitory orders in and around the state Assembly, Secretariat and other government buildings till September 15. This order will come into force from 6 am on Sunday.

The orders prohibit holding of any kind of public meeting or procession without obtaining prior permission from the concerned zonal deputy commissioners of police and of law and order.

Carrying of arms_swords, spears and  knives, sticks with or without flags bludgeons, guns and explosives and stones or any kind of missiles have also been prohibited. “Gatherings on roads or public places causing inconvenience or danger to public will be dealt sternly,” Sharma said. 

Use of public address system near the  Secretariat, the Burgula Rama Krishna Rao building, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation, Commissioner of Fisheries, Mint compound, Nizam College, Public Gardens, Upper Tankbund, I-MAX Rotary and NTR Marg and flyovers leading from Secretariat to Viswe swarayya statue, Khairatabad has been prohibited.

However, on duty police officers, military personnel, home guards, and funeral processions are exempted from the prohibition.

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