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what is section 144 in bangalore|is section 144 imposed in karnataka:The clampdown will be in place from 6 am on Saturday to 13 am on Sunday alongside a prohibition on the sale of alcohol in the Bengaluru police commissionerate region.The city police announced that they would impose Section 144 throughout the district on Saturday to ensure peaceful vote-counting process for the Karnataka Assembly election.

In addition, the sale of alcohol in the Bengaluru police Commissionerate region will be prohibited from 6 am on Saturday to 13 am on Sunday.Karnataka is geared up for results day, with officials ramping up preparations for counting on Saturday. A tough fight is expected between the BJP and Congress.

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All eyes are on May 13, as the results of the Karnataka assembly elections will be declared on Saturday. The counting for the assembly polls will begin by 8 am at all 224 assembly constituencies. The exit polls, which were published on Wednesday evening, gave mixed projections, with a few of them even hinting at a hung assembly in the southern state. 

The Mount Carmel College in Vasanthapura, where votes from K R Puram, Mahalakshmi Layout, Malleswaram, Hebbal, Pulakeshi Nagar, Sarvagnanagar, and C V Raman Nagar Assembly constituencies will be counted, will be managed by DCPs of the East and Central regions.

St Joseph’s Indian High School, where the votes from Anekal, Bangalore South, Mahadevapura, Byatranapura, Yelahanka, and Dasarahalli Assembly constituencies will be counted, will be overseen by DCPs Crime and Whitefield.

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BMS Women’s College in Basavangudi, where the counting of votes from Shantinagar, Gandhinagar, Rajajinagar, Chickpet, Chamarajpet, Rajarajeshwari Nagar, and Shivaji Nagar Assembly constituencies will take place, will be monitored by DCPs South and Command Centre.

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The SSMRV College in Tilaknagar, where the counting of votes from Padmanabanagar, Govindarajanagar, Vijayanagar, Jayanagar, BTM Layout, Bommanahalli, and Basavanagudi Assembly constituencies will occur, will be managed by DCPs South East and CAR (South).

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The Akash International School in Devanahalli, where the counting of votes from Hospet, Devanahalli, Doddaballapur, and Nelamangala constituencies will take place, will be overseen by DCP North East and VVIP Security. Furthermore, the armed forces will be on alert from the morning of May 13 until the morning of May 14.

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Under the additional commissioner of police, east and west, 10 DCPs, 15 ACPs, 38 police inspectors, 250 PSIs, 1,200 police personnel, 12 CRPF contingents, and 36 KSRP contingents will be deployed in the city. Additionally, a special patrol will be established at the border, and one assistant commissioner of police will be assigned to each sub-division.

What does section 144 say?

 Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) of 1973 authorises the Executive Magistrate of any state or territory to issue an order to prohibit the assembly of four or more people in an area.

What is Bangalore 144 rule?

As per the order, Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) will be imposed around the schools, PU colleges, degree colleges, or other similar educational institutions in the Bengaluru city. The prohibitory order will be in effect for two weeks, from February 9 to February 22.

What is the difference between Section 144 and curfew?

If the curfew is enforced, the power of the district administration went into the hand of the Collector and the Police Commissioner. In simple words, it can be said curfew is the next level of Section 144. During the time of curfew, essential services are also shut down.