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Orissa HC Directs to Ensure Peaceful Protest, No Closure Of Shops, Disruption of Public Transport - (12 Nov 2021)

CIVIL

Orissa High Court has directed the Congress party in the State to ensure that whatever protest is organized tomorrow i.e. on 12th November 2021 is peaceful and does not cause any inconvenience or disruption to any member of the public. The Court in particular underscored that no attempt should be made to forcibly close any establishment or shop or prevent the plying of buses, trains and all other forms of public or private transport.

Tags : ORISSA HIGH COURT   PEACEFUL PROTEST   NO CLOSURE OF SHOPS   DISRUPTION OF PUBLIC TRANSPORT  

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