1 THE POLICE ACT, 1861

(ACT NO. V OF 1861).
  [22nd March, 1861]
 
 
     
   
 
 
  Powers with regard to assemblies and processions violating condition of license  
2[ 30A.(1) Any Magistrate or District Superintendent of Police or Assistant District Superintendent of Police or Inspector of Police or any police officer in charge of a station may stop any procession which violates the conditions of a license granted under the last foregoing section, and may order it or any assembly which violates any such conditions as aforesaid to disperse.

(2) Any procession or assembly which neglects or refuses to obey any order given under the last preceding sub-section shall be deemed to be an unlawful assembly.]
 
 
 
1 Throughout this Act, except otherwise provided, the words “Government” and “Taka” were substituted, for the words “Provincial Government” and “rupees” respectively by section 3 and 2nd Schedule of the Bangladesh Laws (Revision And Declaration) Act, 1973 (Act No. VIII of 1973).

2 Section 30A was inserted by section 11 of the Police (Amendment) Act, 1895 (Act No. VIII of 1895).

 
 

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