Along with these rules, citizens must follow the Covid related guidelines issued by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC).
The Deputy Commissioner R Raja of Special branch, Pune city police has issued orders prohibiting public gatherings , carrying out processions and bandhs to maintain law and order in the city.
The new regulation will remain in effect from 27 December 2022 to 9 January 2023, for 14 day under the Maharashtra police Act, 1951 for public peace and safety.
The order states that carrying any inflammable or explosive substance, inflammable liquid substance, carrying, storing, and preparing stones or weapons or ammunition, clubs, swords, sticks, guns, and any article capable of causing bodily harm will be prohibited.
Display and burning of images of any religion or leaders, making loud announcements, playing instruments and giving speeches which may threaten civilization or order or endangers the security of the State or tends to subvert the State will be prohibited.
Along with these rules, citizens must follow the Covid related guidelines issued by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC). While, to conduct assembly or processions with public gathering of five or more than five people without prior permission from the Commissioner of Police, Pune City will not be allowed. The person found violating the rules will be charged under Section 135 of Maharashtra Police Act, 1951.
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