Meghalaya: Curfew to be Relaxed further in Shillong as Normalcy Returns after 13 days | News | Nelive

Meghalaya: Curfew to be Relaxed further in Shillong as Normalcy Returns after 13 days

Jun 13, 2018 19:12
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13 days after the Motphran violence that shook Shillong on the night of June 31, normalcy has begun to find place in the city as the internet has been restored and curfew will also be relaxed for 15 hours in certain parts of Shillong.

The District Magistrate has under Section 144 CrPC imposed Night Curfew from 10:00 pm to 5: 00 am in Shillong Agglomeration with effect from tomorrow that is June 14, 2018 until further orders.

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The District Magistrate, East Khasi Hill District has also relaxed curfew in areas under Lumdiengjri Police Station, that is, Jaiaw, Mawkhar, Umsohsun, Riatsamthiah, Wahingdoh, Mission, Mawprem, Lumdiengjri, Lamavilla, Qualapatty, Wahthapbru, Sunny Hill, Cantonment, Mawlong Hat including Cantonment Beat House Areas (excluding localities beyond Umshyrpi bridge) for 15 hours for tomorrow with effect from 5.00 A.M. to 8.00 P.M. and is promulgated again with effect from 8.00 pm and until further orders.

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Jun 13, 2018 19:12
Shillong
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