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Lonavala prohibits entry to tourist visitors

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On July 13, Pune District Collector Rajesh Deshmukh issued an order prohibiting the gathering of five or more people at trekking routes, forts and tourist spots under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. (CrPC) until July 17.

The Lonavala administration has increased police bandwidth as entry is prohibited for tourists visiting the hill station for sightseeing this weekend. Those staying in hotels and resorts will not be affected, officials said.

On July 13, Pune District Collector Rajesh Deshmukh issued an order prohibiting the gathering of five or more people at trekking routes, forts and tourist spots under Section 144 of the Code of Criminal Procedure. (CrPC) until July 17.

“This is simply an extension of the order issued by the District Collector. People are allowed to stay in Lonavala,” said Pandit Patil, chief executive of Lonavala city council.

Zarina Shaikh, who had planned to travel to Lonavala on Saturday, said: “The police didn’t even allow us to go shopping.

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