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Petition before Kerala High Court to regulate Bharat Jodi Yatra to allow free flow of traffic

A Public Interest Litigation (PIL) was filed before the Kerala High Court on Tuesday, seeking a direction to the state police chief to regulate the Bharat Jodi Yatra led by former Congress president Rahul Gandhi, in which party workers were allowed to occupy half of the roads. except for the free movement of vehicles and the public.

The petition was filed by High Court lawyer K. Vijayan filed. According to the petitioner, the Yatra entered Kerala on September 10. In fact, the rally-goers had occupied public roads. Due to this the movement of public and vehicles came to a standstill for hours. He said the march was blocking vehicular movement and pedestrian movement.

If any road in the state is blocked, the entire flow of traffic will come to a standstill. He said that blocking the roads and completely stopping the movement of pedestrians and vehicles is a serious violation of the rights of the people.

The petitioner pointed out that under the provisions of the Kerala Public Ways (Prohibition of Assemblies and Processions) Act, 2011, the District Police Officers can impose reasonable restrictions to protect the right of unobstructed movement of public on public roads and charge the organisers. . Allowing the use of public methods for such rallies.

The petitioner also sought directions from the Congress party to take necessary steps to recover the entire expenditure incurred in each district on deployment of police force for the Yatra.

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