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Udhagamandalam: Display of banners, hoardings etc without permission is punishable.
Stating this in a press note issued here on Friday, the Superintendent of Police, the Nilgiris, S. Kaliraj Mahesh Kumar, adverted to political parties, traders, religious organisations etc putting up such items for announcing events or promoting products and added that they should follow the procedure.
Prior to displaying them, they should get the permission of the panchayat or municipality concerned by paying the necessary fees.
The receipt should be shown at the police station concerned and a ‘no objection' certificate stating that such items were not a hindrance to traffic or the public should be obtained.
The banners can be displayed three days before the event and three days after. Such items should be taken care of by those who put them up.
If after the stipulated period they were not removed, cases would be registered and appropriate action taken, he warned.
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