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ommissionerate Police’s latest clampdown commercially holy organized mass celebration

Bhubaneswar:10/3/17: For those, who prefer to celebrate Holi in a more party-like way in a commercially organized mass celebration event with rain dance, mud dance, live DJ, swimming pool, selfie zone et al on their menu, the Commissionerate Police’s latest clampdown can very well prove to be a wet blanket.“Our previous experiences show that where such mass celebrations are organized, there have been incidents of clash and vandalism. This year we are adopting a very strict assessing whether organizers are capable of maintaining law and order. We will take action in case of any illegal activities and we are minutely checking all the aspects before granting licenses,” said Bhubaneswar DCP Satyabrat Bhoi.With only two days left to Holi, many organizers who have already sold tickets are finding it difficult to get permissions from the police to hold the event.




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