Section 144 will be in place, for two days, from 6 am on December 5 to 6 am on December 7 to prevent incidents of communal animosity.
Vijayawada police has imposed Section 144 (2) for 46 days from December 1 to January 15, 2020.
Section 144 and liquor ban has spoiled weekend plans and lefte Bengalureans high and dry with traffic jams ruining Sunday evening.
Ayodhya case: Post SC verdict 15 men arrested for objectionable social media posts in Madhya Pradesh
A man identified as Dinesh Chauhan was arrested in Bahodapur area while allegedly making an inflammatory post over a WhatsApp group (named Hindu Sena) after the apex court order.
The financial capital had witnessed communal riots after the demolition of the disputed structure in Ayodhya in December 1992 and January 1993.
Section 144 CrPC imposed in almost all districts including Bengaluru
The police top brass held an emergency meeting soon after they received information that the apex court will pronounce the judgment on the Ayodhya issue on Saturday morning.
Normal life remained affected across the valley for the 76th consecutive day following the abrogation of provisions of Article 370.
A Muslim litigant in the case, Haji Mehboob, however, said that if the VHP was allowed to light diyas at the disputed shrine, then Muslims would also seek permission to offer 'namaaz' at the site.
The police is ensuring that the movement of the local residents remains unhindered.
The police have been making all-out efforts to shift the alleged victims from the TDP’s rehabilitation camp since Monday night and some of them left the camp.
Section 144 of CrPC was clamped in Gurajala revenue division on Monday, in view of the ensuing Muharram and Ganesh immersion festivities.
The district administration has imposed Section 144 till September 15 to avoid any untoward incident in the area.
This is the second incident of communal violence in Rajasthan in a month, a few days ago, communal violence erupted in Jaipur and internet services had to be shut down in around 15 police stations.
Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code, which prohibits the assembly of more than five persons, was clamped in areas under the jurisdiction of 10 police stations on Monday.