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Jalandhar: Stricter borders for bars, restaurants from today: The Tribune India

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Tribune press service

Jalandhar, September 21

After carrying out surprise security checks across the city, the city police station has set stricter rules for restaurants, bars, pubs and liquor stores. From midnight Tuesday, the rules will remain in effect for the next two months to avoid any untoward incidents.

What the command says

  • No food, drink, alcohol, etc., orders will be taken by any restaurant, bar, pub, club, etc.
  • All restaurants, clubs, bars, pubs or any other authorized eating or drinking place (except ahatas) must be completely closed before midnight.

Exercising the powers conferred by Article 144 of the 1973 Criminal Procedure Code, Jagmohan Singh, Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Jalandhar, said tighter restrictions were imposed to prevent unnecessary movement of vehicles during the night.

In accordance with the new guidelines, after 11 p.m. no orders for food, drinks, alcohol, etc. will not be taken by restaurants, bars, pubs, clubs, etc., located under the jurisdiction of the city police station.

No new customer would be allowed to enter the premises of restaurants, clubs, bars, pubs after 11 p.m. All restaurants, clubs, bars, pubs or any other authorized eating or drinking place (except ahatas) must be completely closed by midnight.

In the case of ahatas attached to alcohol sales, they must be completely closed by 11:00 p.m. in accordance with the conditions of the permit.

Based on the guidelines of the Supreme Court of India, the noise produced by any noise source should not exceed 10 dB above the ambient noise standards for the area or 75 dB (A), whichever is greater. low. Therefore, all establishments should ensure that these standards are maintained. In addition, all sound production sources such as DJs, live bands and singers should be turned off or the volume reduced to 10 p.m. After the scheduled time, no sound produced in an institution or campus should be heard outside the boundaries of that institution.

The DCP further added that in the case of vehicles equipped with a music system, care should be taken to ensure that the sound produced by the music system should not be heard outside the vehicle at any time of the day. daytime. This ordinance would remain in effect for the next two months from today.

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