Mangaluru: Police commissioner Chandra Sekhar said that no one has the right to call for a Bandh. According to the supreme court, no one could agitate on the streets or call for a bandh. In this connection we have issued notices to 44 persons who have called for a bandh in the district”, said Chandra Sekhar on February 23.
“We will not allow anyone to disturb the law and order situation. We will take action against those who indulge in anti-social activities. We have already issued notices to 44 persons under section 107, and asked for clarifications about the type of bandh in Mangaluru. All security measures will be taken during the visit of Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to Mangaluru. We will also provide all the security to the organizers of the programme on February 25. We will also monitor those who indulge in anti-social activities and take necessary action against them,”
Additional police force has been deployed in the district. More than 2000 police and 20 KSRP Platoons will arrive to the district to maintain law and order in the Mangaluru. From the district, 1500 police personnel have been deployed.
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