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DCP Amritsar issues ban orders in district, bans late night DJs to prevent noise pollution among other orders

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The Fact News Service

Amritsar, August 12

Acting Magistrate-cum-Deputy Commissioner of Police, Amritsar City, Jagmohan Singh, PPS has imposed a complete ban on police stations falling under the jurisdiction of the following signatures whenever a landlord rents out his/her premises for residential/commercial purposes. At that time tenants do not give their exact address and many such people leave the rented place after committing a crime.

Therefore, in order to prevent crime, it is important that whenever a landlord has to rent out his land, the landlord should obtain the address and details of such tenant and forward it to the police station in his area so that the police Could verify it. This order will remain in force till October 7, 2020.

Acting Magistrate-cum-Deputy Commissioner of Police, Amritsar City, Jagmohan Singh, PPS issuing an order said that the DJs were not allowed to perform more than the prescribed sound at weddings under police stations under their jurisdiction. There is a complete ban on the usage od DJs from 10.00 pm to 06.00 am.

The orders make it clear that DJs will be present at weddings. The use of fireworks and fireworks/firecrackers during festivals also increases the likelihood of disturbing public peace and accidents and also increases the risk of damage to government and non-government property. Therefore, it is necessary to ban it. This order will remain in force till October 7, 2020.

Acting Magistrate-cum-Deputy Commissioner of Police has fully prohibited police stations falling under the jurisdiction of the following signatures that any hotel/dharamshala/guest house owner must accommodate any person only when they provide the owners with complete documents and details of the origin. This order is passed unilaterally. This order will remain in force till October 7, 2020.

Another order has been issued that no gathering of five or more persons should be carried out in villages, towns, protest rallies, dharnas, meetings and chant slogans in the areas under the jurisdiction of Amritsar District and has issued a complete ban on demonstrations.

The order said that it had come to their notice that some political / farmers and other organizations in Amritsar district were planning protests, dharna rallies and demonstrations at the district level and were trying to provoke the sentiments of the people. There is a constant fear of damage to government and non-government property and deteriorating law and order situation. Therefore, urgent efforts are needed to maintain law and order and protect the lives and property of the people. The ban will be strictly enforced until October 7, 2020.