New Year Celebration in Bengaluru: What are the guidelines from BBMP and the Police for celebrating the New Year in Bengaluru?

New Year Celebration in Bengaluru: The BBMP and the police department have taken all precautions to prevent any untoward incident during the New Year celebrations in the state capital Bangalore. This time it has also formulated the guidelines to be followed during the annual celebration. Cracking of firecrackers and blasting of loudspeakers is strictly prohibited. Similarly, Bescom has been instructed not to cut power for the entire night. If so what is the guideline? See details here.

New Year Celebration in Bengaluru

Bengaluru: The BBMP and the police department have prepared guidelines to ensure that no untoward incident takes place during the New Year celebrations in the capital. The police have discussed with the corporation and formulated guidelines and a lot of precautions have been taken.

With 13 days left for the New Year celebrations, police have held a meeting with officials from various departments to formulate guidelines. City Police Commissioner B. Dayananda, Additional Commissioner of Police, Joint Commissioner of Traffic Division, DCPs of all Divisions, Fire Brigade Officers, BBMP, Health Department, BESCOM and other department officials were present in the meeting.

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Recently, there has been a thought to completely ban the cartoon masks used in many events including fairs during the New Year celebrations. Also, BESCOM has been instructed to take measures to ensure that there is no interruption in power connection throughout the night. Besides, strict guidelines have been framed for bars and restaurants and the construction of a separate lane for those coming with family was also discussed in the meeting.

Installation of CC camera;

On December 31, the last day of the year, a tight police presence has been arranged in the city, instructions have been given to install CC cameras in highly populated areas, commercial areas, and major roads of the city, and security measures have been taken. has been taken. BBMP Chief Commissioner Tushar Girinath said that the guidelines have been prepared in collaboration with the police department.

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“The New Year celebrations in the city should end on December 31 at 1 pm. Vehicular traffic will be restricted on all flyovers after 10 pm. More than 200 CC cameras will be installed on MG Road and Brigade Road. MG Road, Brigade Road. He said that traffic will be closed after 8 pm and separate parking arrangements have been made for those coming for the New Year celebrations.

“Women police personnel will be deployed to protect women and children, bars and pubs have been instructed to close at one o’clock in the night, use of loudspeakers, bursting of firecrackers is strictly prohibited. Additional BMTC buses will ply. “Metro train services will remain open till one o’clock in the night for the convenience of passengers,” he informed.

What are the guidelines from BBMP and the Police for celebrating the New Year in Bengaluru?

  • New Year celebrations should end at 1 p.m.
  • Permission for New Year celebrations at MG Road, Brigade Road, Indira Nagar.
  • Major flyovers are closed after 10 pm.
  • Installation of more than 200 CC cameras on MG Road, Brigade Road.
  • Vehicular traffic was blocked on MG Road and Brigade Road after 8 pm.
  • Separate parking arrangements for vehicles of celebrants.
  • Deployment of women police for the safety of women and children.
  • Bars and pubs close after 1 pm.
  • Police permission is mandatory for New Year celebrations in various places.
  • Ban loudspeakers, and fireworks.

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