Ban on sale of liquor in Bengaluru City district until October 31 midnight


Within the curiosity of sustaining legislation and order, the town police and district administration have banned the sale of liquor in Bengaluru City district.

An order issued by Metropolis Police Commissioner Kamal Pant mentioned the sale of liquor in all bars, eating places, wine retailers and different institutions has been banned from October 29 to October 31 midnight. The choice has been taken to guard the legislation and order state of affairs and keep away from any untoward incidents by anti-social parts, the order mentioned.

Bengaluru City district J. Manjunath additionally introduced a dry day until October 31 in his jurisdiction.

After the loss of life of actor Puneeth Rajkumar, business institutions in a number of components of the town had been closed. Many shopkeepers mentioned they had been pressured to close by some teams of individuals.

In the meantime, the Bengaluru Metropolis Police, in a social media message, appealed to the general public to not imagine any rumours and to not interact in any type of hearsay mongering. “The whole lot is below management. Bengaluru Metropolis Police assures peace and legislation and order in our metropolis,” it mentioned.

Madiwala police constable Ganesh Nayak, who was deployed close to Mallya junction for crowd management obligation, fractured his leg when a crowd stormed into the Kanteerava stadium to pay their final respects to the actor. Whereas controlling the group, he misplaced stability, fell and fractured his leg. He was taken to Mallya hospital for therapy, the police mentioned.

College students let off early

As a precautionary measure, many faculties and schools let off college students early within the day even earlier than the actor’s loss of life was formally introduced. Most faculties requested dad and mom to select up their youngsters.

The State Authorities has not formally declared a vacation for instructional establishments on Saturday. However some associations and schools have declared a vacation for faculties, whereas some schools have postponed their examinations.

The Recognised Unaided Non-public Faculties Affiliation (RUPSA) has declared vacation for his or her member faculties, however D. Shashi Kumar, basic secretary, Related Managements of Main and Secondary Faculties in Karnataka mentioned faculties must take a name based mostly on the native state of affairs.

Bangalore Metropolis College has postponed the B.Ed. and MBA examinations scheduled to be held on October 30; whereas the MBA examination can be held on November 2, B.Ed. examination can be held on November 6.


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