Dry Day 2019 in Bangalore? Bengaluru Police Answers to Twitter User's Concern After Section 144 Imposed in Parts of Karnataka
Bengaluru Police replies to man's query on dry day (Photo Credits: Pixabay)

Discouraging protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 or CAA and the National Register of Citizens (NRC), Section 144 has been imposed across Bengaluru. And trying to spread the information to citizens, Bengaluru Police tweeted the developments. Soon, a curious Twitter user tweeted asking if December 19 will be a dry day. And guess what? He received an answer! Bengaluru City Police tweeted saying that 'Everything will run normal' much to his happiness. Section 144 Imposed in Bengaluru, Parts of Karnataka For 3 Days as Anti-CAA Protests Spread Across State.

Bengaluru Police had tweeted saying, "Sec.144 has been imposed throughout the city. Education, banks and markets will remain functional. All transport services will be available tomorrow as usual. Don't be in panic." Twitter user Souvik Chakraborty commented asking, "Will it be a dry day tomorrow?" After Bengaluru Police replied to him, he tweeted saying, "Thank you Saaaar, you made my day." Bengaluru Police's reply on dry day left Twitterati in splits. People commented praising the law enforcement body answered various queries of people with no differentiation.

Bengaluru Police's Tweet on Section 144 Imposed in Bengaluru:

Check Out The Twitter User's Query:

And Here's The Reply He Replied:

Happy Happy!

Karnataka chief minister B.S.Yediyurappa-led Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government on Wednesday imposed Section 144 across Bengaluru and other parts of the state as protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Act 2019 or CAA and the National Register of Citizens (NRC) continue in the state capital.

The move by Karnataka government comes after Delhi and parts of North-Eastern states, especially Assam protested on the streets against CAA and NRC as they believe it differentiates people on the basis of religion and goes against the principles of the Indian constitution. The restrictions in Bengaluru came into effect on Thursday at 6 am and will be applicable till midnight of December 21.