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Section 144 CrPC imposed in Cachar

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HT Bureau

GUWAHATI, April 2: Apprehending communal violence and breach of peace and tranquility, the District Magistrate Rohan Kumar Jha has issued an order clamping Section 144 CrPC throughout the district in anticipation of breaches of peace, public tranquility, and safety during the election period.

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This order comes into immediate effect and states that no person or group is allowed to carry weapons such as lathi, lance, spears, dao, or any other articles that can be used as weapons of offense. No person is allowed to carry or use any bombs, crackers, or any other materials that can produce sound or any chemical effect. No person or group of persons is allowed to carry toy guns, toy pistols, and revolvers.

Considering the urgency of the circumstances, this order is passed ex-parte. The order comes into force with immediate effect throughout the district of Cachar and shall remain valid until further notice.

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