There are no insulting publications on deities in social networks until December 28: Ayodhya order

AYODHYA: Before the Supreme Court verdict in the Ramjanmabhoomi-Babri Masjid case, it has issued a four-page directive that prohibits people from making defamatory comments about deities in, such as, Telegram and Instagram for two months, while restricting the realization of electronic media. debates in the district during this period.

Issued by the Ayodhya district magistrate, Anuj Kumar Jha, on October 31, the order will be in effect until December 28 as part of Section 144 of the CrPC, which has been imposed throughout the district. Violators will be registered according to Section 188 of the IPC (disobedience to a public servant order).

No attempt should be allowed to make insulting comments about great personalities, deities and gods on any social media platform such as Instagram, Twitter and Whatsapp. In addition, no idol of any deity will be installed without permission from the district administration, ”says the order.



The order says restrictions have been imposed in view of festivals and other events during this period, which include Chhath Puja, Kartik Purnima, Panchkosi Parikrama, the anniversary of the birth of Chaudhari Charan Singh, Guru Nanak Jayanti, Guru Teg Bahadur Shahid Diwas , Eid-ul- Milad and Christmas.

The order, which was first made public on October 10, has now been reviewed with a set of 30 detailed instructions that are shared with representatives of civil society. Any event, public program, procession, rally and wall painting in Ramjanmabhoomi has been completely banned.

The order has categorically prohibited all persons, except government officials, from carrying licensed weapons unless a permit from the district administration is requested.

“No individual shall retain acid or any element that comprises a potent explosive substance or chemical formula. In addition, no one will carry stones, stones, pieces of broken glass or even empty bottles, ”says the order. There will also be a complete ban on any event, demonstration, corner meeting and cultural programs in Ayodhya during this period.

The order also asks Ayodhya residents not to accumulate daily products such as milk, legumes, rice, oil, potatoes, onions, oil and eggs.

In addition, there is a ban on throwing any non-vegetarian rest into a public place. In addition, meat, fish or eggs will not be sold or consumed in Kartik Purnima, Chaudahkosi and Panchkosi Parikrama Mela during this period, the order says.

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