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Ban order in Hyderabad from today: Ayodhya Demolition Anniversary

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With inputs that certain groups were trying to create communal disturbances in the capital city in connection with the anniversary of demolition of the disputed structure at Ayodhya, Hyderabad Police Commissioner V V Srinivasa Rao issued prohibition order banning processions, dharnas and rallies including motorcycle rally or public meetings from 6 am on December 5 to 6 am on December 7.

Hyderabad: With inputs that certain groups were trying to create communal disturbances in the capital city in connection with the anniversary of demolition of the disputed structure at Ayodhya, Hyderabad Police Commissioner V V Srinivasa Rao issued prohibition order banning processions, dharnas and rallies including motorcycle rally or public meetings from 6 am on December 5 to 6 am on December 7.

The Police Commissioner warned that any person violating the order would be prosecuted. However, police officers and personnel on duty, military personnel, home guards and bona fide funeral processions are exempted from the ban order.

In another order effective from 6 am on December 6 to 6 am on December 12, the Police Commissioner prohibited carrying of arms like swords, spears, knives, sticks with or without flags, bludgeons, guns, explosives and other offensive weapons in the twin cities. He also prohibited use of mikes/public address system by any organisations around the Secretariat, including Burgula Rama Krishna Rao Building, Greater Hyderabad Municipal Corporation building, Commissioner of Fisheries building, Mint Compound, Nizam College and its surroundings, Assembly, Public Gardens, Upper Tank Bund, I–MAX, Rotary and NTR Marg roads and also flyover road leading from Secretariat to Visweswarayya statue, Khairatabad.

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