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Prohibitory orders clamped in Hyderabad’s Old City

Posted by on November 6, 2012 0 Comment

After the tense situation of Hyderabad’s Old City police has clamped prohibitory orders and forcibly closed the market at 8 pm and deployed the heavy security forces.

City Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma, in a notification issued here tonight, said the prohibitory orders under Section 144 of CrPC would come into force from tomorrow and will end on November 8.

“Communal tension is still continuing between two groups in some parts of old city…which may cause disturbance to public peace and order,” the Hyderabad City police commissioner said. “In order to maintain public order, peace and tranquility, prohibitory orders have been imposed banning assembly of five or more persons in the limits of five police stations in South Zone and two police station in West Zone,” Anurag Sharma said.

The police stations where prohibitory orders have been imposed are Charminar, Hussaini Alam, Mirchowk, Shalibanda and Moghalpura in South Zone and Kulsumpura and Tappachabutra police stations limits of West Zone. Incidents of communal violence had been reported in some areas of the old city, including Sabzimandi and Ziaguda, under Kulsumpura police station limits last week.

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