Sunday, April 2, 2023

Prohibitory orders clamped in Sitimi town

Deputy Commissioner (DC) Kiphire T Wati Aier has clamped prohibitory orders under Section 144 CrPC of 1973 in Sitimi town from 12 noon of Sunday till 5 am of March 3.
The order follows reports of scuffle between two group of miscreants, mobilisation of miscreants, disturbances and a situation of breach of public peace and tranquillity threatening the atmosphere of free and fair election in the town.
Accordingly, assembly of five or more persons and vehicular movement of non-essential nature have been prohibited during this period.
However, officials and staff of district administration, security personnel, magistrates on duty, medical personnel and persons engaged in election duty/essential services have been exempted.
Movement of all commercial vehicles (goods/passengers) or vehicles carrying essential commodities, press and media, telecom services and medical emergencies has also been exempted from the purview of restriction.
The order stated that after careful examination of all facts, the DC was satisfied that there were sufficient grounds for taking precautionary measures to prevent occurrence of any untoward incident in the interest of maintaining peace and tranquillity in the town.


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