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What Made Bengaluru Government Ban the Sale of Alcohol in Bangalore till 30 Oct, the Reason is Terrifying, know Below:

Bengaluru Government Ban Alcohol.

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What Made Bengaluru Government Ban the Sale of Alcohol in Bangalore till 30 Oct, the Reason is Terrifying, know Below:

In order to maintain Law and Order the Police and Government has taken the decision to Ban Alcohol in all bars and restaurants from October 29 to October 31.

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The Decision has been taken to prevent violence and to not let anything bad happen . Bengaluru urban District

In order to maintain Law and Order the Police and Government has taken the decision to Ban Alcohol in all bars and restaurants from October 29 to October 31.

The Decision has been taken to prevent violence and to not let anything bad happen . Bengaluru urban District also announced a dry day till October 31 in his jurisdiction.

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After the death of actor Puneeth Rajkumar, commercial establishments in several parts of the city were closed. Many shopkeepers said they were forced to shut by some groups of people.

The Police asked people to not believe in suc rumours and "Everything is under control. Bengaluru City Police assures peace and law and order in our city,” it said.

As a precautionary measure, many schools and colleges let off students early in the day even before the actor's death was officially announced. Most schools asked parents to pick up their children.

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announced a dry day till October 31 in his jurisdiction.

After the death of actor Puneeth Rajkumar, commercial establishments in several parts of the city were closed. Many shopkeepers said they were forced to shut by some groups of people.

The Police asked people to not believe in suc rumours and "Everything is under control. Bengaluru City Police assures peace and law and order in our city,” it said.

As a precautionary measure, many schools and colleges let off students early in the day even before the actor's death was officially announced. Most schools asked parents to pick up their children.

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