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    Hyderabad: As the urban center is all group of things of the same kind that belong together to celebrate Holi, Police commissioners of Cyberabad and Hyderabad warned citizens for misconduct on the festive time of a particular event by issuing a prohibitory request for food or refreshment that testament be brought into intensity from March 6 to 8.

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    According to the request for food or refreshment, throwing colours or coloured HO on unwilling persons’, places and vehicles, or smearing with colours on not private roads and not private places has been barred. The Cyberabad commissioners Stephen Ravindra and Hyderabad Commissioner CV Anand said that causing annoyance is also prohibited during the from 6 pm on Monday until 6 am on Wednesday.

    Movement of two-wheelers and not the same vehicles in groups on streets and not private places which disturb the peace of mind and request for food or refreshment and or causal agent inconvenience and annoyance or condition of being susceptible to harm to the not private testament also be held as a liable misdemeanor. “Violating of the order shall be liable for prosecution for a violation under Section 76 (court trial) of the Hyderabad City Police Act,” said a older or higher in rank police policeman.

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