Citizens Offer Rose And Notice To Pune Police In Protest Against Unrestricted Ganpati Procession And Violation Of Rules

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Pune, 13th September 2022: Due to political pressure, no action was taken by the Pune police against the noise pollution during Ganeshotsav, and they failed to maintain law and order, alleged a group of Pune residents who protested on Monday by offering roses to the police commissionerate officials.

A notice has been issued to the police regarding the mismanagement and disturbance in the immersion procession. A group of Pune residents has also warned of going to the Bombay High Court if they do not respond within seven days.

Assistant Commissioner of Police Rajendra Galande was given a memorandum and a rose flower by this group as Police Commissioner Amitabh Gupta and Joint Commissioner Sandeep Karnik. Dr Vishwambhar Chaudhary, Mukund Kirdat, Nikhil Joshi, Utpal V. B., Advocate Ajit Deshpande, Adv.Akshay Desai, Adv. Trinal Tonpe and others were present.

“The Supreme Court order was violated in the immersion procession. Notices have been issued to the police pointing out the time taken by Mandals who have Ganesha of Honour (Manacha Ganpati) for the immersion procession, neglecting to limit the number of players in the dhol tasha squads, failure to maintain law and order in the procession, use of loudspeakers, and intense lighting”, they said.

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