DC of Chandigarh orders to stop commercial activities in the city from 1 pm to 4 pm

Two orders have been issued today by DC Mandeep Singh of Chandigarh city. In which the Chandigarh DC ordered to not to run business activities from 1.00 to 4.00 pm. Petrol pumps, chemists and hospitals have been exempted from this order.

Ban on roadside shops

DC has said that there will be a ban on setting up shops along the road at night. Dhaba Hotel, Disco Bar, Club are included under this order. Opening at night can

Two orders have been issued today by DC Mandeep Singh of Chandigarh city. In which the city has been asked to ban those who run business activities from 1.00 to 4.00 pm. Petrol pumps, chemists and hospitals have been exempted from this order.

Ban on roadside shops

DC has said that there will be a ban on setting up shops along the road at night. Dhaba Hotel, Disco Bar, Club are included under this order. Opening at night can threaten public peace. This order will be in force from 18 November 2020 to 16 January 2021.

Restriction on walking around wearing military uniform

The second order on behalf of DC Mandeep Singh of Chandigarh stated that people can be harmed by misuse of military uniform on behalf of people without rights. Due to this, military goods sold in the city and people without rights are banned from wearing uniforms. Such a ban is being imposed so that no anti-social elements pose a threat to civilians by wearing army uniforms.

Ban on sale of military goods

According to DC, the shopkeepers of the city should sell the uniforms, stickers, logos of the army and police to the people who have the rights for it and for this necessary documents should be taken from them. If anyone violates this order, action will be taken against him under section 188. This order will be in force for 60 days from 18 November 2020 till 16 January 2021.

public peace. This order will be in force from 18 November 2020 to 16 January 2021.

Restriction on walking around wearing military uniform

The second order on behalf of DC Mandeep Singh of Chandigarh stated that people can be harmed by misuse of military uniform on behalf of people without rights. Due to this, military goods sold in the city and people without rights are banned from wearing uniforms. Such a ban is being imposed so that no anti-social elements pose a threat to civilians by wearing army uniforms.

Ban on sale of military goods

According to DC, the shopkeepers of the city should sell the uniforms, stickers, logos of the army and police to the people who have the rights for it and for this necessary documents should be taken from them. If anyone violates this order, action will be taken against him under section 188. This order will be in force for 60 days from 18 November 2020 till 16 January 2021.

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