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Ban on civilian movement along border with Pak in Punjab extended

PTI
Published Feb 5, 2016, 11:01 am IST
Updated Feb 5, 2016, 11:01 am IST
The ban was in force until December 4 and later it was extended till February 3 this year.
Security personnel guard along the border in Punjab (Photo: PTI)
 Security personnel guard along the border in Punjab (Photo: PTI)

Gurdaspur: The ban on movement of civilians from dusk to dawn along the International border with Pakistan in Gurdaspur district was extended by two months, a senior district official said on Thursday.

District Magistrate Abhinav Trikha said the movement of the civilians within the 500 metre of fencing and 1000 metre of the Indo-Pak border would be banned from 8 pm to 5 am.

 

However, the ban would not apply on the Army, BSF, CRPF, Home Guard and staff deployed on the border for special duty, the DM said in an official release.

The ban, which was earlier imposed on October 6, was in force until December 4 and later it was extended till February 3 this year.

The new orders will remain in force until April 3, he said.

Trikha also imposed a ban on burning of any type of flaming material and construction within the area of 1000 metre of Army storage of Indian Army in Shikar Machhian, Dera Baba Nanak and Tibbri cantonment.

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Location: India, Punjab, Ludhiana




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