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Mumbai Shivsena Workers Protest Against Eknath Shinde Police Imposes Section 144 Of Crpc

Maharashtra Political Crisis: Amid the political crisis in the state...

Maharashtra Political Crisis: Amid the political crisis in the state following a Shiv Sena mutiny, the Mumbai Police on Saturday invoked Section 144 of the CrPC to ban illegal gatherings in the city and houses the residences of all ministers, elected representatives. And security has been increased at the offices. Meanwhile, there is a fierce demonstration against Eknath Shinde, who separated over the rebel MLAs.

Prohibition on gathering of people

Let us inform that the police is on high alert after some incidents of violence. Shiv Sena workers attacked the offices of some rebel party MLAs. Meanwhile, the Mumbai Police on Saturday said that no gathering of more than five people will be allowed anywhere on the streets, except for exceptions like weddings, funerals, cinema halls and courts, companies and educational institutions, other social functions. Also, no controversial banners or posters will be allowed to be put up as it can incite sentiments, which may create law and order problem in Mumbai.

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Mumbai Police Commissioner’s meeting

Mumbai Police issued a press note saying that on Friday, Commissioner of Police Sanjay Pandey held a meeting with top police officials and asked them to tighten security. In the same sequence, the Nehru Nagar police has detained local Shiv Sena leader Dilip More and 19 of his Shiv Sena workers from Kurla (East) for damaging a board outside the party office of rebel MLA Mangesh Kudalkar on Friday afternoon.

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