Army/Police/Para Military Forces cloth/uniform/sticker/logo/flag sale banned in Chandigarh
ORDER UNDER SECTION 144 Cr.P.C.
WHEREAS it has been made to Sh. Vinay Pratap Singh, I.A.S., District Magistrate, U.T., Chandigarh appear that terrorist attacks in country pose grave danger to human life and safety and injury to public property besides breech of peace and disturbance of public tranquility.
AND WHEREAS, it has been noticed that terrorists mis-use uniforms/stickers/logos/flags and any other item belonging to Army/Police/Para Military Forces, for committing the acts of terror. Under these circumstances, the undersigned is of the opinion that some check should be put on sale of items belonging to these Government forces so that anti-social elements in the guise of Army/Police/Para Military personnel may not pose a threat to citizens and that immediate action is necessary for prevention of the same.
Now therefore, Sh. Vinay Pratap Singh, I.A.S., District Magistrate, U.T., Chandigarh in exercise of the powers vested with him under section 144 Cr.P.C. do hereby order as an emergency measure that any shopkeeper/seller within the territory of Chandigarh, shall not sell any cloth/uniform/sticker/logo/flag attached on cars of and any other item belonging to Army/Police/Para Military Forces without keeping the record and I.D. proofs of the purchasers.
In view of the emergent nature of the order, it is being issued ex-parte and is addressed to the public in general. Any breach of this order would invite action under section 188 of the Indian Penal Code.
This order shall come into forcefrom zero hour on 21.03.2022and shall be effective for a period of 60 daysup-to and including 19.05.2022.