Haryana is going to polls on 10 April and the Gurgaon Police is making special arrangements for it. They have deployed special forces to look into the election campaigning going on in Gurgaon and have passed strict orders for poll campaigning and have asked all the parties to stick to it.
All the contenders for Lok Sabha
elections in Gurgaon
will have to take permission for conducting any
kind of election campaign in Gurgaon
from the Assistant Retraining
Officer (ARO) of the area. If anyone goes against this rule then he/
she would be penalized under section 144. These orders are passed by
Shekhar Vidyarthi, Deputy Commissioner of Gurgaon.
According to the above mentioned orders
any kind of campaign related to Lok Sabha elections, be it Nukkad
Natak, campaign rallies, meetings etc., should be conducted only
after taking permission from the ARO of the area. During a rally,
only three vehicles can go together and if the vehicles are more in
number then they will be divided into groups of three to avoid
traffic hurdles in the city. The use of loudspeakers for rallies can
only be used between morning 6 am to 10 pm.
Prahlad Singh, the Election Tehsildar
of Gurgaon has requested the people, who are campaigning for their
parties to behave properly during the campaigning. He said, ''we
request the contenders to tell the party workers to be polite during
the time of the campaign, and do it in a peaceful manner.''
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