Prohibitory orders imposed in Ghaziabad district
Ghaziabad: Prohibitory orders have been
clamped in Ghaziabad district for a month keeping in view the
provincial civil services examination, due this month and
which will witness thousands of examinees, officials said
"Prohibitory orders have been imposed from last evening
as a large number of examinees will come to write the exam in
the district on June 26," officials said.
Police have banned holding of any public meeting,
assembly of five or more persons, carrying of fire-arms and
processions and demonstrations.
The move may dampen the Congress` plan to celebrate Rahul
Gandhi`s birthday on June 19 as farmers rights day to protest
against the alleged atrocities committed on farmers in
Bhatta-Parsaul village in Gautam Budhha Nagar in Uttar Pradesh
on May 7.
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