Section 144 In Delhi Till March 12: Weddings, Parties, Public Events Allowed?

To preempt potential law and order issues from an upcoming farmers' march, Delhi Police enforces prohibitory orders under Section 144 for a month. The order restricts public gatherings, prohibiting protests involving more than five individuals, and bans certain items in vehicles entering Delhi. Non-compliance may lead to criminal prosecution.
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Delhi Imposes Section 144 For A Month Amidst Farmers Protest: Are Weddings Permitted ?|Representational Image, PTI.

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New Delhi: The Delhi Government has announced the enforcement of Section 144 in the city, effective until March 12, 2024, to prevent any potential law and order issues related to an upcoming farmers' march. Delhi Police has instituted prohibitory measures for one month, imposing restrictions on public processions and other activities
The order explicitly prohibits any form of protest rally or public meeting involving more than five individuals, unless specific permission has been granted. It further states that marches for political, social, or any other purpose are strictly forbidden.
Wedding And Funeral Processions
Wedding and funeral processions, as well as religious rallies, are allowed as long as they are organised with prior permission from the relevant authorities. The use of amplifiers or loudspeakers on private vehicles, buildings, or public areas is strictly prohibited unless specifically authorised as per NDTV Report.
No Trucks Or Trolleys Carrying THESE Items Will Not Be Allowed
Under the new orders, no tractor trolleys or trucks carrying people or materials, particularly those carrying sticks or items that can be used as weapons, will be allowed entry into Delhi. The possession or transportation of explosives, boulders, acid, petrol, soda water bottles, or any other item that poses a potential danger is also strictly prohibited.
Vehicle Inspection At Checkpoints
The order also mandates thorough vehicle inspections at checkpoints for vehicles traveling between Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Delhi. Additionally, the dissemination of any provocative slogans or messages through verbal, written, or electronic means will be deemed unlawful.
Delhi Police has warned that failure to comply with the order will result in criminal prosecution under Section 188, which pertains to disobedience of an order issued by a public servant.
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