November 29, 2021

Prior Permission Is Needed To Organize Programmes To Celebrate The New Year In Uttar Pradesh. – UP: permission to be sought from police and administration to celebrate new year, not more than 100 people will be involved


Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath
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To celebrate the new year in UP, permission has to be taken before the police-administration. Not more than 100 people will be able to attend the event organized. In this regard, State Chief Secretary RK Tiwari has written a letter to senior officers and given instructions.

In the letter, officers have been instructed to strictly follow the Kovid protocol during the program in their districts. Only 40 per cent of the people will be able to gather at the open venue.

These instructions given to officers:
– Any programs to be celebrated on the occasion of New Year should be organized in the District Magistrate / Commissionerate Districts of the concerned district by giving prior notice to the Commissioner of Police. At the time of permission, the name, address, mobile number of the organizer should be listed and the estimated number of people attending the event should also be obtained from them.

– The organizers should be made well aware of the guidelines related to Kovid-19 in relation to the programs proposed by them. It should be made clear that they will be responsible for compliance of the Kovid protocol and guidelines during the program.

– 50% of the rated capacity of the hall / room in the event of a closed space such as a hall / room, but up to a maximum of 100 persons at a time and 40% of the area of ​​such places in the event of an open space / ground program. The availability of face masks, physical distance, thermal scanning, sanitizer and handwash must be ensured to a lesser capacity.

– Organizers must be aware of the prescribed number of persons participating in the program and wearing masks and following physical distance and conducting thermal scanning, handwash and sanitization at the venue in sequence of guidelines issued during the event. Let it be done.

In view of the New Year’s programs, the district should be constantly promoted through the PA system, loud hellers etc.

Inspire the public to celebrate New Year festivals and events in their homes instead of public places.

– Proper police patrolling around the program sites should be effectively ensured.

Continuous monitoring should also be done in public places and program sites through drone cameras as necessary. Action should be taken like imposing penalty on persons who do not wear masks at the venue.

Action must be taken by the officer-in-charge to arrange the vehicles of UP 112 at special program sites as required.

– Social media should be monitored for promptly preventing misleading rumors, which are provoking and spreading malice.

– Information system of the district should be made more effective and active.

To celebrate the new year in UP, permission has to be taken before the police-administration. Not more than 100 people will be able to attend the event organized. In this regard, State Chief Secretary RK Tiwari has written a letter to senior officers and given instructions.

In the letter, officers have been instructed to strictly follow the Kovid protocol during the program in their districts. Only 40 per cent of the people will be able to gather at the open venue.

These instructions given to officers:

– Any programs to be celebrated on the occasion of New Year should be organized in the District Magistrate / Commissionerate Districts of the concerned district by giving prior notice to the Commissioner of Police. At the time of permission, the name, address, mobile number of the organizer should be listed and the estimated number of people attending the event should also be obtained from them.

– The organizers should be made well aware of the guidelines related to Kovid-19 in relation to the programs proposed by them. It should be made clear that they will be responsible for compliance of the Kovid protocol and guidelines during the program.

– 50% of the rated capacity of the hall / room in the event of a closed space such as a hall / room, but up to a maximum of 100 persons at a time and 40% of the area of ​​such places in the event of an open space / ground program. The availability of face masks, physical distance, thermal scanning, sanitizer and handwash must be ensured to a lesser capacity.

– Organizers must be aware of the prescribed number of persons participating in the program and wearing masks and following physical distance and conducting thermal scanning, handwash and sanitization at the venue in sequence of guidelines issued during the event. Let it be done.

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