SSLC Exam: Mangaluru Police Commissioner imposes prohibitory orders around exam centres


Team Udayavani, Mar 25, 2022, 8:37 PM IST

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Mangaluru: In the wake of SSLC examinations to be held from next week,  Manglauru Police commissioner N Shashi Kumar has ordered the imposition of prohibitory orders around the examinations in the commissionerate.

The orders were issued on March 25, on the recommendation from the district administration.

Section 144 under CrPC will be applicable in the 200-meter radius of the examination centers from March 28 till April 11, the order said.

There are 42 designated SSLC examination centers in the Mangaluru Commissionerate limits. The orders will be applicable to all of them.

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