Section 144 imposed on Jalore Fort, tourist sites around the district

The administration of the district of Jalore on Monday evening imposed article 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure (CrPC) on the premises of the fort of Jalore. The decision was made after antisocial elements recently ransacked the ancient tombs located in the fort.

District Collector and District Magistrate Namrata Vrishni, in the ordinances, made it clear that from the steps of the fort to the entire complex, no individual should enter or wander the premises with any type of explosive substance, chemical substance. , firearms and weapons.

The order further stated that it would not apply to officers and employees serving in the police force, soldiers, paramilitary forces and house guards on duty. In addition, the order will not apply either to those who go to have their weapons inspected or to deposit their weapons at the police station in accordance with the order for the renewal of the firearms license.

Processions, rallies, meetings, etc. shall not be organized in accordance with Section 44 of the Rajasthan Police Act 2007 and, subject to the prescribed conditions, without the prior permission of the Jalore District Police Superintendent, no person shall hold any meeting or dharnas. , etc. Strict measures will be taken against those who do not respect the order.

Under Article 144, gatherings of five or more people are also prohibited around the border of the area. A person must have an identity card. Traffic will be prohibited from 6 p.m. to 8 a.m. According to the District Collector, only the elderly, disabled and sick will be able to use sticks for support.

The whole affair

On December 10, anti-social elements ransacked the old graves located in the fort. After the incident, the police and administration became vigilant to avoid any untoward incidents. To maintain the safety, security, peace and law and order of the neighborhood, a ban has been imposed on arrival at the Jalore Fort complex. This decree will remain in force until further notice.

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