Section No : 1980 Revised version PUBLIC SECURITYMarginal Notes1. This Ordinance may be cited as the Public Security Ordinance.2. Power of President to bring Part II into operation.3. Presumption as to existence or imminence public emergency. 4. Saving provisions applicable on cessation of operation of Part II. 5. Power of President to make emergency regulations. [ 3, Law 6 of 1978.]6. Delegation of powers.7. Emergency regulations to prevail over other law.8. Regulations, orders, &c, not to be called in question in any court.9. Protection in respect of acts done in good faith under any emergency regulation or any order or direction thereunder. [ 4, 8 of 1959.]10. Reception of documents in evidence, &c.11. Regulations to come into force upon being made by the President.12. Calling out the armed forces. [ 5, 8 of 1959.]13. Seizure and removal of guns and explosives. [ 5, 8 of 1959]14. Seizure and removal of offensive weapons and offensive substances from persons in a public place. [ 5, 8 of 1959.] 15. Disposal of guns, explosives and other articles or substances seized and removed under this Part. [ 5, 8 of 1959.]16. Curfew. [ 5, 8 of 1959.]17. Essential services.[ 5, 8 of 1959.]18. Offenders under section 16 or section 17 may be arrested without warrant. [ 5, 8 of 1959.] 19. Section 15 (2) of the Code of Criminal Procedure Act, No. 15 of 1979, not to apply to offenders under section 16 or section 17. [ 5, 8 of 1959.]20. Persons arrested by members of the armed forces to be delivered to the custody of the police. [ 5, 8 of 1959.]21. Provisions in regard to Order made under this Part. [ 5, 8 of 1959.]22. The Provisions of this Part and of any Order made thereunder to prevail over all other law. [ 5, 8 of 1959]23. Protection in respect of acts done in good faith under any provision of this Part or of any Order thereunder. [ 5, 8 of 1959.]24. Interpretation of expressions used in this Part.