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Ballia News: Section 144 implemented in Ballia for the next two months, they will get exemption including Friday prayers

Ballia Agnipath Scheme Protest: In light of the protests against the 'Agnipath' scheme and forthcoming festivals in the Ballia dist...

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Ballia Agnipath Scheme Protest:
In light of the protests against the 'Agnipath' scheme and forthcoming festivals in the Ballia district of Uttar Pradesh, the district administration slapped prohibitory orders under Section 144 on Friday for the next two months. In his judgement, District Magistrate Soumya Agarwal stated that prohibitory orders will remain in effect in the district for the next two months. During this time, no more than five individuals will gather in any public area in a group and no dharna will be held, which will threaten peace and order.

Section 144 imposed in Ballia for two months

Section 144 has been implemented in Ballia for the next two months in order to ensure peace and order. The DM made it clear, however, that this ban would not apply to traditional social or religious rites and practises, as well as Friday prayers. The order states that no one shall carry any type of weapon or any other weapon or explosive substance. Aside from that, no one shall collect bricks, stone, glass bottles and glass fragments, etc. in any public area, temple, mosque, gurudwara, road, within the house, or on the roof.

DM made this public appeal

According to the directive, citizens were not to display posters, banners, or other communist propaganda, nor should they incite others to do so. It is worth noting that a youth protest against the Central Government's new 'Agneepath' scheme of recruiting into the armed services took place in the district for the second day in a row. Protesters set fire to an empty train bogie at Ballia railway station in the morning and threw stones at passing automobiles. In these situations, over 100 persons have been detained. There was also widespread protest here earlier on Thursday. 

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