Prohibitory orders clamped in Bengaluru


Team Udayavani, Dec 19, 2019, 9:44 AM IST

Bengaluru: Prohibitory orders have been clamped in Bengaluru in the backdrop of the protests against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act.

The orders in Bengaluru would be in force for three days starting from 6 AM on Thursday morning to December 21 midnight Bengaluru police Commissioner Bhaskar Rao said in his order.

No one will be allowed to carry out protests, demonstrations, burst crackers or display weapons, the orders said.

Speaking with this Bhaskar Rao told reporters here that none should organise protests in the city from 6 AM tomrrow to midnight of December 21.

Anyone violating the orders will be dealt with an iron hand, he said.

“There will however be no restrictions on schools, colleges, malls, markets, bus services, metro rail, autorickshaws and cab aggregators.

Rao said the orders were imposed as many violent incidents had taken place during protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act in various parts of the country, where the public property was damaged.

Udayavani is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel and stay updated with the latest news.

Top News

Mumbai crime branch arrests businessman Riyaz Bhati in extortion case

PM Modi arrives in Japan to attend former premier Abe’s state funeral

Akasa Air to start services to Guwahati, Agartala from Bengaluru

India cricketer Taniya Bhatia claims she was robbed in London hotel

CBI seeks more time to file objection in D K Shivakumar case

Bal Thackeray’s old-time assistant Champa Singh Thapa joins Eknath Shinde camp

India should make efforts to be among global leaders in fourth industrial revolution: President


Related Articles More

Akasa Air to start services to Guwahati, Agartala from Bengaluru

CBI seeks more time to file objection in D K Shivakumar case

India should make efforts to be among global leaders in fourth industrial revolution: President

BJP, Sangh Parivar indulging in “dirty politics”: Siddaramaiah

Epsilon Carbon to invest Rs 500 cr to expand capacity of K’taka plant

MUST WATCH

Kollur Mookambika

President Draupadi murmu inaugurates Mysore Dasara-2022

Creative PU College Moodabidri

Lighiting at Uchila Mahalakshmi Temple

Health Minister K Sudhakar Statement about paycm


Latest Additions

Mumbai crime branch arrests businessman Riyaz Bhati in extortion case

PM Modi arrives in Japan to attend former premier Abe’s state funeral

Akasa Air to start services to Guwahati, Agartala from Bengaluru

India cricketer Taniya Bhatia claims she was robbed in London hotel

CBI seeks more time to file objection in D K Shivakumar case

Thanks for visiting Udayavani

You seem to have an Ad Blocker on.
To continue reading, please turn it off or whitelist Udayavani.