Rajasthan: Satish Poonia’s target on the Gehlot government, said- ‘The religious faith of the people by imposing section 144…’

Rajasthan Assembly Elections 2023: In Udaipur, a day before Hanuman Jayanti, the issue of implementation of Section 144 is increasing. There was internal opposition of Hindu organizations regarding this matter, that the former state president of BJP, Satish Punia has also protested. It has even been said that issuing such an order by the Udaipur Collector a day before Hanuman Jayanti is not only an attack on the religious faith of the people of Udaipur but also of entire Rajasthan. Satish Punian has blamed the Congress government for the deteriorating law and order situation in Rajasthan. Know what Satish Punia said.

Satish Punian released the video and said this
Tughlaqi decree of Rajasthan government has come once again and the face of appeasement has been exposed once again. The Collector of Udaipur (Tarachand Meena) has implemented section 144 for two months from April 5. Along with this, it has been said that religious flags, flags, symbols cannot be put up in any public or private place. It is such a model of appeasement that such avenues are created for the failure of the law. 

Satish Poonia said, ‘I think that the law and order situation in Rajasthan has deteriorated one after the other, behind which the Congress government, Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot himself is guilty. Constantly Rajasthan became the capital of crime, law and order was destroyed, but attacking faith has become a mockery for the Congress party. Issuing such an order a day before Hanuman Jayanti is a direct attack on the religious faith of not only Udaipur but all the people of Rajasthan. The Congress government is responsible for this. I think appeasement has become the nature of the government.’

The Collector issued this order
The Collector had ordered that in view of the circumstances, using the powers conferred under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973, the entire urban and rural areas of Udaipur district In rural areas, on public properties such as government buildings, government undertakings, boards, corporation buildings, public community buildings, rest houses, public parks, intersections, circles built at intersections, electric and telephone poles, etc. or on other person’s property. Prohibitory orders are imposed to ban the use of religious symbols without competent approval and consent. 

Instructed all the citizens to follow this order and not to disobey it. If any person violates the above mentioned prohibitory orders, then he can be prosecuted under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code. This order will continue for 2 months.

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