Political rumblings: Prohibitory orders imposed in Tirupati; no rallies, meetings allowed

In a statement, District SP Parameshwara Reddy said that the decision was taken keeping in view the visit of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, and political happenings.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  7 July 2022 4:50 AM GMT
Political rumblings: Prohibitory orders imposed in Tirupati; no rallies, meetings allowed

Tirupati: Prohibitory orders under section 30 of the Police Act will remain in force in Tirupati from 7 July to 31. In a statement, District SP Parameshwara Reddy said that the decision was taken keeping in view the visit of Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy, former Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu, and political happenings.

During this month, cops with body cameras will keep a tight vigil during the period.

"No meetings and rallies should be allowed in public places. It is advised to take permission from the concerned police officers to hold any meetings or gatherings in the house. Also, making provocative comments on social media should not be done", said SP.

Police have appealed to the public not to gather in groups. Police said strict action will be taken if the rules are violated.

Rallies, gatherings, gathering in groups, playing drums, making loud noises, and bursting crackers are banned.

Parameswara Reddy asked political parties and people to cooperate with the police.

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