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Section 144 imposed in Hyderabad City in view of Babri Masjid demolition anniversary

Monday, 3 December 2012
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December 03:

City Police Commissioner Anurag Sharma on Monday imposed Section 144 in the city in view of anniversary of demolition of Babri Masjid on December 6.

In the notification, the Commissioner claimed that reliable information has been placed before him that certain groups were trying to create disturbances affecting public peace and order in Hyderabad City and inciting communal animosity between different communities in connection with the anniversary of demolition of Babri Masjid.

Therefore, he said with a view to maintain public order, peace and tranquility in Hyderabad City, Section 144 was being imposed in the limits of Hyderabad City, except those expressly permitted by Police. He prohibited every kind of procession, dharna, rally or public meetings in the city. Any individual or groups of individuals have also been prohibited from making any speech, gesture or displaying pictures, symbols, placards, flags, etc., which is likely to create religious animosity or hatred between different communities or individuals or is likely to cause disturbance to the public peace and order.

Sharma warned that any person violating the above orders shall be liable for prosecution under the law.

The prohibitory orders under Section 144 will remain in force from December 5 to December 8.

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144 Section is not enough.

144 Section is not enough. Please give shoot at sight orders. These terrorists will not obey 144 section.

vo teri shadi mein lagate

vo teri shadi mein lagate katey uno..nai to teri bhain ki shadi mein.!

Police Arrangements

Aba kya pre-cautionary arrangements karre miyan aap, kabhi bahuth active rahte, "kabhi kisi ko KHULLA allow karthe", zabardast officer hai aap, dont think this is going to be forever, try to remember "ONE DAY" where we will be accountable in front of the CREATOR, please check if you will be in position to answer "THAT DAY".

Strong Objection

I PROTEST STRONGLY AGAINST THE ORDER IMPOSED BY COMMISSIONER .... PROTESTING AGAINST DEMOLITION OF BABRI BASJID ON 6TH DECEMBER IS OUR RIGHT .... ANURAG SHARMA THIS IS NOT RAM RAJ INDIA IS SECULAR COUNTRY I DONT NO HOW YOU BECOME POLICE COMMISSIONER .... YOU HAVE DIRTY MIND AGAINST MULIMS .... WE ALL HYDERABADI MUSLIMS WILL PROTEST ON 6 DEC ON OCCASSION OF BABRI MASJID DEMOLITION AND NO GOVT CAN STOP US BY DOING SO ... ANURAG SHARMA YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A BITCH OF ZAFROON TERROR ... ALL MUSLIMS OF CITY COME AND UNITE AGAINST THIS BASTERD WHO IS DENYING OUR SECULAR RIGHT .

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