No religious processions or marches without state permission, orders Yogi


Yogi Adityanath chaired a law and order review meeting and issued a bunch of new guidelines regarding religious processions and the use of loudspeakers, as major religious holidays were brewing in early May.

CM Yogi Adityanath noted that although microphones can be used, he urged people to ensure that sound does not come out of the premises. “The others shouldn’t have a problem,” he said.

After recent clashes in Delhi’s Jahangirpuri area, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who chaired a law and order review meeting on Monday (April 18th), decided to ban religious processions or marches that do not have prior authorization. Additionally, permissions to hold processions and marches will only be granted after the organizers submit an affidavit promising that they will maintain peace and harmony.

According to UP CM, Yogi Adityanath, who released a bunch of new guidelines, said there are many important religious holidays ahead. “The month of Ramadan is underway. Eid festival and Akshaya Tritiya will probably take place on the same day. (early May) In such a situation, given the current context, the police will have to be extremely sensitive,” he warned.

The government has also refused to allow microphones in new locations and people already using loudspeakers should ensure the volume does not disturb anyone, the statement said. Emphasizing that everyone has the freedom to follow their method of worship according to their religious ideology, the CM noted, “Although microphones may be used, ensure that sound does not exit the premises. Others should have no problem.

Religious programs can only take place at designated locations and road routes and traffic will not be blocked, according to a statement released by the government.

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On Monday, the state government canceled furloughs for all police and state officials through May 4 and asked anyone on furlough to report within 24 hours, the agency reported. release PTI.

All police officers up to ADG level have been ordered to hold dialogues with religious leaders and eminent personalities within the next 24 hours to ensure peace during the upcoming festivals.

Yogi Adityanath wanted additional police forces to be deployed in sensitive areas and drones to be used to maintain vigilance over the situation. “Every evening, the police force should carry out foot patrols and the police intervention vehicles (PRV) should remain active,” he said during the law and order review meeting. order with senior officials.

The safety of every citizen of Uttar Pradesh is the primary responsibility of the government and the people, the CM said, adding that everyone should be vigilant and careful about this responsibility which is ours.

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