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COVID-19 outbreak: DDMA prohibits developing pandals on Ganesh Chaturthi, bars Muharram processions

New Delhi: In undercover agent of the COVID-19 outbreak, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has issued instructions to the District Magistrates (DMs) earlier than drawing near near festivals. While no idol of Lord Ganesha will seemingly be region up in public areas on Ganesh Chaturthi, no permission to be granted for procession all the map in which by Muharram, the DDMA said in its snarl.

“The final public shall be inspired/urged to salvage a unbiased correct time the same at their properties and no longer at public areas today of COVID-19 pandemic,” the DDMA acknowledged.

DMs and District DCPs shall convene conferences with non secular/neighborhood leaders earlier than every such festival/occasion which has the prospective of neat gathering/congregation, to secure their cooperation to defend the law and snarl and concord and likewise to sensitize public for compliance of the pointers/instructions issued for combating COVID-19 by the authorities infrequently.

Enough police pressure shall be deployed in all neighborhood sensitive areas and in containment zones all the map in which by the NCT of Delhi, the DDMA acknowledged.

The DMs were asked to ensured that the gang would no longer bag in any non secular/social keep apart in any manner. “All crucial preparations may presumably well furthermore aloof be made for checking all the map in which by the festivals at all public areas, bus stands, railway stations, and sensitive/non secular areas in NCT of Delhi.”

“Due preparations be made for the deployment of Dog Squad, Anti-Terrorist Squads and Bomb Disposal Teams for intensive search and checking at non secular/public areas as per requirement,” it added.

Strict compliance of the Motor Vehicle Act will seemingly be ensured all the map in which by the festival time and special consideration will seemingly be given to anti-social intention and rumour mongers.

There shall no longer be any demonstration of weapons/arms in any make. Strict well pleasurable action will seemingly be taken against the person(s) found in possession of unlawful weapon/arms, the DDMA said.

“Half 144 (CrPC) shall be imposed wherever required, and police authorities shall guarantee that implementation of the same. All enforcement authorities/self-discipline functionaries may presumably well furthermore aloof be properly briefed about strict implementation of the pointers/instructions, one day earlier than every festival/match,” it added.

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