No protestor allowed to bear firearm, swords, trishuls etc: Delhi Police

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11-02-2024

    Section 144 imposed in Uttar Pradesh-Delhi border

    Police shall make all efforts to prevent protestors from entering Delhi

    Protestors demand law on MSP

The North-East Delhi Police has imposed Section 144 in regions that lie in the border of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh and other jurisdictional areas of North-East Delhi that lie in its close vicinity. “Information has been received that some farmer organisations have given a call to their supporters to gather/march to Delhi on 13th February for their demands of the law on MSP and others. They are likely to sit at the border of Delhi till their demands are met. In order to avoid any untoward incident and to maintain Law & Order, a precautionary Order of section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, is required to be issued to save the lives and property in the area,” an order from the police read. 

In light of the farmers’ protest which is being planned, the police has issued a set of restrictions for the protestors to follow. “Order that no person / protestor shall be allowed to bear arms, including firearms, swords, trishul, spears, lathi, rods etc. North East District Police shall make all efforts to detain these persons at the spot. Order that any person found to be acting in contravention to this order shall be liable to be punished under section 188 of the India Penal Code, 1860. Prohibit entering of Tractors, Trolleys, Buses, Trucks, commercial vehicles, personal vehicles, on horses etc, carrying protestors in Delhi from Uttar Pradesh. Order that the North East District Police shall make all efforts to prevent protestors from entering Delhi,” the order mentioned.

No protestor allowed to bear firearm, swords, trishuls etc: Delhi Police

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    Section 144 imposed in Uttar Pradesh-Delhi border

    Police shall make all efforts to prevent protestors from entering Delhi

    Protestors demand law on MSP

The North-East Delhi Police has imposed Section 144 in regions that lie in the border of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh and other jurisdictional areas of North-East Delhi that lie in its close vicinity. “Information has been received that some farmer organisations have given a call to their supporters to gather/march to Delhi on 13th February for their demands of the law on MSP and others. They are likely to sit at the border of Delhi till their demands are met. In order to avoid any untoward incident and to maintain Law & Order, a precautionary Order of section 144 Criminal Procedure Code, 1973, is required to be issued to save the lives and property in the area,” an order from the police read. 

In light of the farmers’ protest which is being planned, the police has issued a set of restrictions for the protestors to follow. “Order that no person / protestor shall be allowed to bear arms, including firearms, swords, trishul, spears, lathi, rods etc. North East District Police shall make all efforts to detain these persons at the spot. Order that any person found to be acting in contravention to this order shall be liable to be punished under section 188 of the India Penal Code, 1860. Prohibit entering of Tractors, Trolleys, Buses, Trucks, commercial vehicles, personal vehicles, on horses etc, carrying protestors in Delhi from Uttar Pradesh. Order that the North East District Police shall make all efforts to prevent protestors from entering Delhi,” the order mentioned.

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