Monday, February 6, 2023

Prohibitory orders clamped along Peren-Chümoukedima border areas

Commissioner of Police (CP), Dimapur Kevithuto Sophie has clamped prohibitory orders under Section 144 CrPC along the Peren-Chümoukedima border area belt with effect from December 1, 6 a.m. till further order.
In a notification, CP said that Sec. 144 CrPC has been imposed to prevent movement/ presence of anti-social elements along the border area belt which may result in breach of peace/ breach of law & order, endangering human life and property including agriculture produce.
Therefore, the order has prohibited assembly more than five persons, carrying lethal weapons and firearms including lathis, dagger/ machete, sticks, spears, catapults or any other dangerous articles in the highway stretch from Vihuto village – Khehoyi Village- Kiyevi village area and along the Chümoukedima-Peren border belt.
CP stated that since the notice cannot be served individually to all concerned, the order has been passed ex-parte due to security exigency.

Security advisory for VP Dhankhar’s visit
In view of Vice President Jagdeep Dhankhar’s visit to Nagaland to attend the inaugural programme of the Hornbill Festival, Commissioner of Police Dimapur has issued security advisory/restrictions within Dimapur, Chümoukedima and Niuland districts from 6 a.m. of December 1 to 6 p.m. of December 2.
As per the order, use of any remotely piloted aircraft (RPA) like drones etc. is restricted during the period. Further, CP has restricted any kind of firing practice by security forces/civil & central police, private firing range or any civilian holding licensed fire arms and also bursting of fire crackers.
CP stated that since the notice cannot be served individually to all concerned, the order has been passed ex-parte due to security exigency.

Dimapur police fix speed limits
In the interest of public safety and in view of increasing number of road accidents, Commissioner of Police (CP) Dimapur has fixed speed limit for vehicles on highway (four-lane) and town area.
As per the order, the speed limit from Zion Hospital junction to Chümoukedima has been fixed at 50 km per hour and 30 km per hour within Dimapur town areas.
CP said that the speed limits will be effective for a period of one month with effect from December 1 to 31, 2022. Violators will be punished under Sec. 183 of the MV Act.

SourceNPN
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