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    The Tri-police Commissionerate in Hyderabad has issued a notification imposing Section 144 of CrPC. This means that from 5 pm on November 28 until 5 pm on December 1, it is banned to gather in groups of five or more people in Hyderabad district. This is because there will be State Legislative Assembly elections on November 30.

    During the polling day, gathering in groups of five or more people within 200 meters of the polling stations in Hyderabad, Cyberabad, and Rachakonda limits is not allowed.

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    The Hyderabad City Commissioner, Sandeep Shandilya, has issued the order for Section 144 of CrPC in Hyderabad. This order will be in effect from 6 am to 8 pm on November 30. Anyone who violates this order can be prosecuted.

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    Similar notifications have been issued by the Rachakonda police commissioner, DS Chauhan, and the Cyberabad CP Stephen Raveendra. They have instructed police officials to ensure that people do not gather in groups.

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    DS Chauhan has said that all voters visiting the polling stations in Rachakonda on November 30 should form two queues. It is also prohibited to hold public meetings or participate in unlawful assemblies during this time.

    The police have also issued orders prohibiting the carrying of sticks, firearms, or any other weapons within one km of the polling stations. The use of mics or public address systems, as well as music, singing, speeches, or any other form of broadcasting through speakers or instruments, is also banned in Hyderabad and Secunderabad.

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