Guwahati News Desk: The Deputy Commissioner of Kamrup Kailash Karthik N has prohibited the parking of heavy vehicles on both sides of the National Highway at Changsari with immediate effect.
The ban was imposed due to the accumulation of diesel, Mobil, grease, etc. that leaks from the parking vehicle on the highway and makes the road slippery and unsafe for driving leading to a fatal accident.
Multiple road accidents took place in Changsari which is reportedly due to the leakage of engine oil from the vehicles parked on the highway.
Plying dumpers/trucks during night time from 6 pm to 6 am in some routes in the Rani area has also been prohibited by the Kamrup DC with immediate effect.
The roads include Rani Chowk through Rani, Bahupara, Rajamanichandra, Andherijuli, and Sachalpara and the road from Bongora through Rani Senaali Bari, Rajapara. Both the roads fall under the Palashbari Revenue Circle of Kamrup District.
It is also observed that a large number of dumpers/trucks carrying stones, sands, and earth materials are plying at night on the roads threatening the safety and security of life and property.
Assembly of five or more persons at any public place with the intention to carry out processions and shouting slogans which may incite public in any place/ highways/ roads and shouting slogans inciting communal violence at any place under section 144 of Cr PC are prohibited too.
Carrying out arms/ ammunition/ explosives/weapons of any nature in any public place including processions/rallies/meetings, etc., and in any vehicle including two or three-wheelers.
Gambling in any public place and the use of loudspeakers throughout the district of Kamrup are banned.
It is assumed that some unspecified persons or groups of persons or organizations/ associations may cause a breach of public peace and tranquillity, and disturb normal public life and general administration at any unspecified places within the district of Kamrup. Therefore, the order is enforced with immediate effect and shall be remained in force until further order.
The Kamrup DC issued an order for prohibition of storage, distribution, and selling of zarda, pan masala, gutkha, sikhar, etc with immediate effect on Thursday.
The order to remain in force until further orders as in line with the government of Assam order to implement the Assam Health prohibition of manufacturing, advertising, trade storage, distribution, sale, and consumption of zarda, gutkha, pan masala, etc containing tobacco and nicotine.
According to the sources, the report has been received following many schools and college-going students have inculcated the habit of consuming unhealthy mouth eateries which were found easily in the shop although it is mentioned antisocial, creating a menace in the society.
Meanwhile, to check such activities, the order has been passed to all circle officers, Superintendent of Police of the district which will ensure strict enforcement of the order through all the Officer-in-Charge of Police Stations, IC’s of Outpost within Kamrup district.
It was also mentioned in the released order that any person aggrieved with the order is at liberty to appear before the DC court within 15 days from the issue of the order.
Earlier, on Wednesday the DC also has issued an order notifying prohibit the use, sale, and purchase of all kinds of recycled or virgin plastic carry bags throughout the Kamrup district with immediate effect.
The order was immediately implemented as plastics are injurious to public health and causing serious environmental hazards affecting both humans and animals.
The orders will remain in force for the next 60 days or until further orders.
The violators shall be punishable under the provision of section 188 of the Indian Panel Code (IPC).
Here are the following acts that are exempted from the preview of the order:
a) Plastic carry bags manufactured exclusively for export purposes against any export order in a plastic industry located in Special Economic Zone (SEZ) and Export Oriented Units (EOU).
b) The plastic bags or multilayered films of sheet + excluding carrying bags) which constitute or form an integral part of the packaging in which goods are sealed before use at manufacturing or processing units.
c) The plastic bags and sheets used in forestry and horticulture nurseries against the orders from the government departments or the firms concerned.
d) Plastic bags or plastic used for packaging of medicine.