Police commissioner Rakesh Agrawal has ordered all banks to set up a minimum of one safety protection at all ATM kiosks placed below the jurisdiction of Ludhiana police from 8 pm to 6 am day by day. In his orders issued beneath Section 144 of the CrPC, the pinnacle cop stated that no ATM might be allowed to stay open without a protection shield at some stage in the stipulated time. These orders might remain in force till December 19. The police commissioner on Saturday also issued strict tips concerning the sale of acid in the city. He has requested that the acid dealers resume their licenses in time to avoid movement. The acid traders have also been issued strict directions concerning upkeep in their facts.
The shopkeepers were requested to keep a photocopy of the consumer’s identification proof in the record. They had been prohibited from selling the acid to buyers under the age of 18 years. The top cop has requested the establishments and enterprises that use acid for different purposes to maintain a report of its utilization. Moreover, the commissioner said, someone must be deputed to hold a vigil on keep where acid is kept. Educational institutions wherein the acid is used ought to ensure that their team of workers is not using it everywhere with the wrong intention, and the corporation has to depute a nodal officer, Agrawal said in his order.
The police leader also banned making designs, pix, and pasting stickers on the number plates of motors. He stated such portraits and stickers could make it difficult to examine the registration quantity, the benefit of which may be taken by using miscreants. He noted that the police would oppose shopkeepers who failed to comply with the orders and directed them to test the car’s registration certificate (RC) oearlier than making avariety of plates. Additionally, the police chief prolonged the ban on hookah bars in areas falling below the Ludhiana police jurisdiction.
Agrawal stated it had come to his be aware that such bars were working illegally within the city where hookahs containing tobacco and chemical compounds were being served. In the ban orders, the commissioner stated any lodge, bar, or eating place determined to help hookahs would be treated strictly, and a case may be registered towards the owner of the vicinity.
₹1.33 cr unaccounted cash seized from a vehicle in Gurugram
Haryana Police on Saturday seized over Rs 1.33 crore in unaccounted coins from an automobile in Gurgaon, a poll legitimate said here. “This is the unmarried-largest seizure of unaccounted cash made because the version code of conduct came into effect in Haryana for the October 21 assembly polls,” joint chief electoral officer Inder Jeet said in an authentic release.
The automobile turned stopped for checking at a checkpoint, he said, including that the earnings tax department, police, and the excise department had seized liquor, intoxicants, and unaccounted cash worth over Rs 23 crore inside the past month. Sharing information about seizures, Inder Jeet said 3 eighty-four 674 liters of liquor worth over Rs 10.57 crore were seized by using police and the excise branch.
He stated intoxicants were worth Rs three.92 crore has been recovered using police. Jewelry is well worth over Rs 15 lakh, and a consignment of garments with a fee of Rs 35,850 was seized, which became suspected of use to entice citizens. The joint chief electoral officer said to hold the regulation and order inside the state, 1,23,764 certified hands had been submitted using people to police stations. He said 482 check posts were installed via the Police Departments across the country to maintain regulation and order.
VIGIL STEPPED UP ALONG DELHI-HARYANA BORDER
Delhi Police has multiplied vigil alongside the city borders as neighboring Haryana is going to polls on Monday, officers said. Checking of cars along the Delhi-Haryana border has been commenced to save you the transportation of illicit liquor for dry days within the ballot -a certain nation, consistent with senior police reliability. “Usually, the border is sealed 24 hours before the behavior of polls. However, this time, we’ve begun it early and intensified the checking,” joint commissioner of police (western variety) Shalini Singh said.