Sector 144 Imposed in North Goa After Intel on Terror Threat: Govt

North Goa District Magistrate R Menaka, in a notification issued on Monday, stated the order enforcing CrPC Section 144 will likely be in impact for 60 days, from February 11 to April 10, until withdrawn previous.

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Updated:February 13, 2020, 4:12 PM IST

Sector 144 Imposed in North Goa After Intel on Terror Threat: Govt
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Panaji: Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code, banning illegal meeting of other people, has been imposed in North Goa district following intelligence inputs about imaginable terror danger alongside the western coast.

North Goa District Magistrate R Menaka, in a notification issued on Monday, stated the order enforcing CrPC Section 144 will likely be in impact for 60 days, from February 11 to April 10, until withdrawn previous.

The notification stated Section 144 has been imposed in view of the present state of affairs within the nation, and intelligence inputs referring to imaginable terror threats alongside the western coast of India and the potential for anti-social components committing crime in Goa or in different places.

“It is really essential to take rapid measures to stop threat to human lifestyles, and thwart and save you any form of terrorist actions which might impact the protection of the state and create disturbance of public order and quietness,” Menaka stated.

The district Justice of the Peace has ordered that the homeowners of homes, constructions, lodges, lodgings, personal visitor homes, and paying visitor lodging of spiritual our bodies strictly check the antecedents of all individuals sooner than letting out their premises on rent or hire.

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