Prohibitory orders will be clamped in the premises of district court, which will pronounce judgement in Bhopal Gas Tragedy case, on Monday, officials said.
The prohibitory orders would be in force from 5 pm today to 10 pm tomorrow in one kilometre radius around the district court, Additional District Magistrate (ADM) Rajneesh Shrivastava said.
Public meetings, protests, slogan shouting, use of loudspeakers and other activities have been banned in the premises during the period, he said.
Only those who have business in the court would be allowed inside, Shrivastava said.
Barricades will be put up on the roads leading to the district court, he said, adding orders regarding this have already been passed.