no-go area


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no-go area

a district in a town that is barricaded off, usually by a paramilitary organization, within which the police, army, etc., can only enter by force
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The chief justice also remarked that no official including the chief secretary of the province, inspector general of police and director general of the rangers did not concede that there were no-go areas in the city.
Lahore -- Punjab law minister Rana Mashood Thursday said that provincial government would not allow anybody to make no-go areas in Punjab.
There is no such thing as a no-go area in Liverpool.
Bold Street was regarded as a promenade for aristocrats and for him it was a no-go area.
Westgate Street will also be a no-go area if they make St Mary Street one-way.
GOOD on the cops at Mid Calder for making the village a no-go area for teenage yobs who have terrorised the neighbourhood.
Friends secretary Jill Chaplin said: "For too long it has been thought of as a neglected no-go area.
Now your readers in north Swansea know what facilities they have been denied in their long-promised park at Penllergaer, still a no-go area for all but the intrepid.
Much of the city became a no-go area in the aftermath of the wrecking of shops, hotels and businesses.
All were furious and all were adamant that Birmingham City Council's signage warning that the lanes were a no-go area for motorists was totally inadequate.
CJ Chaudhry asked how famous PIB Colony became a no-go area.
There will be no supervision, as in the Radford case, which could lead to that part of Spon End becoming a no-go area.