Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Cases booked for defying prohibitory orders on Thevar Jayanthi

The District police have registered cases against those who flung mud and pelted stones on the convoy of Tamil Nadu Ministers during the recently concluded Thevar Jayanthi and the people of three villages for taking out processions defying prohibitory orders, Superintendent of Police N.M.Mylvahanan has said. The Superintendent of Police told presspersons here on Friday that the police had registered a complaint with regard to flinging of mud at one of the Minister’s car and damaging the windscreen of an AIADMK functionary’s car in the Minister’s convoy and are on the look out for the accused. “The police have video evidence and the accused are yet to be identified,” the SP said adding three cars of DMK functionaries were also stoned but no complait has been received so far. Police are also collecting details of other violations such as people travelling in vehicles with fake registration numbers and coming in a convoy with more than three vehicles, he said. He said police have registered an FIR against about 200 villagers of Ammanpatti in neighbouring Virudhunagar district for taking out a procession in violation of prohibitory order, clamped by invoking section 144 of Cr PC. Similarly, FIRs have been registered against villagers of Vadugapatti, Perumalthevanpatti, Apanur and Enathikidathirukkai in Kamudi Taluk limit for taking out processions in violation of the ban order.

No comments: