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    The Cyberabad Commissionerate is taking steps to maintain law and order during the Parliament election counting. CP Avinash Mahanty has ordered the closure of liquor shops, toddy shops, bars, and restaurants (except airport duty free shops) within the commissionerate’s jurisdiction from 6 am on the 4th to 6 am on the 5th of this month.

    Anyone who does not follow these restrictions will face legal consequences, warned the CP. Security measures at the counting centers have been increased, with Section 144 being imposed. Restrictions on gatherings of more than five people, meetings, and rallies have been put in place at the counting centers from 6 am to 5 am this month.

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    These measures are meant to ensure a smooth and secure counting process and to prevent any potential incidents during this critical time.

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