Puducherry District Magistrate imposed regulatory orders to ban protests against Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi

Indefinite protest would be held from January 8 in front of Raj Niwas: CM V. Narayansamy

Puducherry District Magistrate imposed regulatory orders to ban protests in the district without prior permission from the magistrate's office. The administration will not allow any protest, demonstration, agitations and rallies within 500m of the critical establishments in the district

The order a day before the ruling Congress party and its alliance partners proposed to hold a series of protests. The order will be in force until further direction. that includes Raj Nivas, Bedi's official residence, offices and camp offices-cum-residences of the chief minister and his cabinet colleagues, legislative assembly, chief secretariat, police headquarters and government Covid-19 hospitals.

Earlier Chief Minister of Puducherry, V Narayansamy announced that the Congress-led Secular Democratic Alliance would stage dharna to urge the Centre to recall Lieutenant Governor KiranBedi. V Narayanasamy further said that the indefinite protest would be held from January 8 in front of Raj Niwas, which is the office-cum-residence of Kiran Bedi, till she is sent out of the Union Territory. He also said that he along with other party members are ready to face any consequence.



 

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