Section 144 has been implemented in Lucknow, the capital of UP, till May 10. Due to Ambedkar Jayanti, Ramzan, Good Friday and Eid, the administration has taken this step. Also there is a complete ban on tractor-trolleys, horseshoes and the carrying of flammable materials around the legislature. Not only this, till May 10, there will be a ban on picketing and demonstrations around the assembly. At the same time, there will be a ban on drone attacks within one kilometer of government offices including the UP Legislative Assembly. These restrictions are in effect from 9 April.
Apart from this, the administration has banned the procession without permission. While the use of loudspeakers is prohibited from 10 pm to 6 am. However, use of loudspeakers in religious, public places, processions will continue as per rules. At the same time, Joint Commissioner of Police (Law and Order) in Lucknow Police Commissionerate Piyush Mordia said that if anyone is seen without a mask in the capital, he will be fined. He further said that in view of the Corona epidemic, there is a need to take special vigilance in the guidelines of the Central Government, programs, festivals and conduct of all entrance examinations. Hence this step has been taken.
These items will remain open including cinema halls
The order also said that restaurants, cinema halls, multiplexes, gyms, swimming pools, water parks and hotels will remain open at full capacity in Lucknow. However, there should be a Kovid help desk during this time. Apart from this, it is mandatory to wear masks along with applying Kovid aid in religious places and religious institutions.
However, till May 10, there will be a complete ban on the movement of tractor-trolleys, bullock carts, horse carts, inflammable substances, cylinders, lethal substances, weapons etc. within a radius of one kilometer around the Vidhan Bhawan in Lucknow. , At the same time, firing from drones has been banned within a kilometer radius of assembly buildings and government offices. Elsewhere, shooting or photography may be done with a drone camera with the permission of the Commissioner of Police or Joint Commissioner of Police. Apart from this, no one can take out a procession of 5 or more persons without permission. It is also forbidden to form a group of 5 or more people in a public place.