Police have made elaborated security arrangements to prevent any untoward incident during Holi and Id Milad celebrations from February 28 to March 5.
Dhulvad (colors) will be played on March 1, in Shahpur and other areas Rangpanchami will be played on March 5.
Certain restrictions have been imposed by the Police.
People have been warned against splashing colours on vehicles or strangers and complete “holika-burning” by midnight of February 28.
People have also been warned against using tar, varnish, paints, acid, etc. Police in civil uniform will also be deployed at certain main areas and video shooting will also be done.
There are Prohibitory order for the sale of liquor in the district on account of Holi and Id Milad from 6 a.m. on February 28 for 48 hours and from 6 a.m. of March 5 for 24 hours.
The market is also all ready with various kinds of Pchkari’s, guns and colors of course. Today being Saturday, there was huge rush seen for buying Live chicken in the market.
The main areas where the young crowd have loads of fun is Deshmukh road in Tilakwadi, which virtually is filled with people and then the bad part of tearing each others clothes begins which is bizarre.