Bharatpur News: After the review meeting in Bharatpur, the collector has announced the imposition of section 144. The matter is of quarrel and stone pelting in Mathura Gate police station area. The two sides clashed near Buddha’s Haat. A review meeting was called to maintain peace in the district. Divisional Commissioner Sanwarmal Verma, IG Police Prasanna Kumar Khamesra, District Collector Alok Ranjan, Superintendent of Police Shyam Singh, ADM City Raghunath Khatik and other officers were present in the meeting.
Section 144 implemented after a quarrel between two parties
Collector Alok Ranjan said that sporadic violent incidents have been taking place in the district in the past as well. Now is the season of marriage and festival too. Police administration has deployed heavy police force to maintain peace and order in the area. As a precaution, section 144 was imposed earlier in the month of February. Public safety is very important in the present situation. People should carry out marriage or religious programs well. In view of the possibility of spoiling the atmosphere of anti-social elements, Section 144 has been imposed in the district.
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Will not allow violation of law – SP
Superintendent of Police Shyam Singh said that three people have been arrested and about 30 have been named in yesterday’s incident. He told that the dispute between the two parties had happened earlier in 2013 also. It is not a matter of two communities but a fight between two parties. Still, enough encroachment has been done. Will not allow anyone to violate the law. In the 2013 feud, the court had acquitted some people of one of the parties by imposing a fine of Rs 600. People of one side were celebrating in the joy of release. There was an altercation when the DJ was playing in the celebration and empty glass and stone bottles were thrown fiercely.
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