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No parties after 12:30 - District Administration issues guidelines for New Year celebrations

GPlus | December 28, 2016 00:42 hrs

  The District Administartion today announced certain guidelines/ rules to be strictly followed by the people of Guwahati, for New Year celebration. All Programme must be completed by 12:30 midnight. No celebration beyond 12:30 P.M will be allowed on the night of 31st December. Serving of liquor in the bars will be as per the time mentioned in the license. All other celebrations are to be closed by 12:30 PM positively. Bars shall not keep open beyond specified time as per license terms and conditions, i.e.- 12 P.M. Use of fire works/crackers during the programme is strictly prohibited. There shall not be use of any kind of narcotics or illegal intoxicants.  Smoking shall be regulated strictly as per law and smoking shall not be allowed within any area so prohibited.  No vulgarity of any kind is allowed. Sufficient number of volunteers shall be deployed by the organizer for orderly conduct of the programme. Loud speaker, if used, must follow the guidelines issued by the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India. Arrangement of fire fighting/ first aid should be kept by the organizers. Organizer must give undertaking in a prescribed format to the effect that they shall not violate any conditions laid down in their permission order. Any premise which intends to celebrate the New Year for which specified permission is required, need to get No Objection Certificate from the Commissioner of Police and also permission from the District Administration (Excise Branch). If there is any intention of the use of alcohol, it has to be clearly mentioned in the application for special permission itself (One day temporary license). Permission for holding musical function must be obtained from competent authority. All programme will be performed within socially acceptable ethical and cultural values. (Representative image)   Stay updated on the go with GPlus News. Click here to download the app for your device.
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