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PM Modi, Australian Deputy Prime Minister Marles are set to attend the World Cup final in Gujarat
Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australian Deputy Prime Minister Richard Marles are set to attend the World Cup cricket final between India and Australia in Ahmedabad on Sunday. Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel chaired a high-level meeting in Gandhinagar to monitor the security and other arrangements for the match to be held at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Motera, news agency PTI reported.
The Chief Minister, along with top officials, reviewed the security measures, including the deployment of 4,500 personnel to ensure security of the grounds, teams, VIPs and manage traffic. Patel stressed the importance of minimizing disruption to the public due to VIP movement and directed officials to provide advance information about road closures and diversions. Additionally, he urged to increase the frequency of metro train towards Motera station for the convenience of fans coming from different parts of the country and abroad.
Ahead of World Cup final, Chandigarh Police issues advisory against bursting crackers
Ahead of the ODI World Cup final between India and Australia in Ahmedabad, Chandigarh Police issued a public advisory on November 19 banning firecrackers and loud music on the streets. PTI reported that the advisory highlighted the tendency to celebrate after sporting events, leading to issues such as noise pollution, traffic problems and law and order disturbances.
In compliance with the orders of the District Magistrate, UT Chandigarh, the police have banned assembly of five or more persons in any public place without permission, bursting of firecrackers, playing loud music on sound amplifiers and use of dhol or drums. In any public place after 10 pm. Public screening of cricket matches in the open without prior permission is also prohibited.
Delhi declares ‘dry day’ for Chhath Puja celebrations
The Delhi Excise Commissioner has declared Sunday, November 19, as a ‘dry day’ in the capital city. In the light of upcoming Chhath Puja celebrations. As per the provisions of Rule 52 of Delhi Excise Rules, 2010, all licensed establishments including L-1, L1F, L-2, L-3 and others are directed to observe dry day, reports news agency IANS. Is.
According to the order, licensees are not entitled to any compensation for the changes, and must prominently display the order in their licensed premises. On declared dry days, the business premises of licensees will remain closed, and the sale of alcoholic beverages is prohibited.