The police has requested to play Deusibheilo only till nine o’clock in the night during Tihar, which is celebrated with happiness, peace, prosperity and mutual harmony.
Dineshraj Mainali, Spokesperson of Kathmandu Campus and Superintendent of Police, requested to inform the police immediately if any unwanted activity is observed during Tihar festival which is celebrated with joy.
According to the Criminal Code, 2074, offenses related to explosives (firecrackers) are punishable by imprisonment for up to three years and a fine of up to Rs. 30,000.
Police also warned Kathmandu residents not to drive vehicles under the influence of alcohol, not to drink or smoke in public places, keep cash, valuables, jewelry in lockers, conduct financial transactions only through electronic means.
The police have requested not to travel on the roof, not to park randomly on the right or left side of the road, and to follow the traffic rules.
While traveling, do not eat food given by a stranger, do not open the door if a stranger knocks on it, your home, The police have requested to install CCTV cameras in the neighborhood and tolls, to inform trusted neighbors and relatives if they have to go out for a long time.
The police have requested not to post pictures and information about going to the village for Tihar and Chhath festivals on social media.रासस