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Mantri's nephew defies 'restrictive' orders, takes religious procession beyond limits
9/23/2017 11:28:20 PM
K. Koushal
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Sept 23: Nephew of Minister of State for Tourism has overtly defied the 'restrictive' orders of Divisional Commissioner by taking the religious procession beyond the specified limits.
According to sources, a week ahead of religious procession, the Divisional Commissioner had convened a meeting with in-line departments to review the arrangements regarding this procession, which was also attended by Minister of State for Tourism-Priya Sethi.
"During the meeting, decision was taken that Shobha Yatra will start from Asia Chowk and will culminate at Main Chowk Karta. It was also decided in the meeting that Shobha Yatra will be organised for two days, i.e September 21 and on 8th Navratra (Sept 28)," said sources, adding that strict restrictions were imposed on the distance of the procession wherein any entry into old city was barred.
Ironically the approval to the decisions was given by MoS for Tourism-Priya Sethi herself, but unfortunately her nephew defied the orders with impunity, plunging the participants in risk of security threat due to gap in official communication.
The nephew of the minister dared to breach the orders by taking the religious rally to restricted area along with some supporters of Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP).
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