My answers are as follows:
what shall i do?
Ans: Usually executive Magistrate/Tahasildar has no powers to issue non-bailable warrant. Under Cr.P.C the Tahasildar can exercise his powers as shown in the following, that is having only limited powers.
how can i stop my arrest?
Ans: Even if you are arrested the Tahasildar require to release you by taking bond for good conduct etc.
what was my legal mistake?
Ans: Warrants will be issued against any citizen if he propose to cause law and order problem.
what are my rights in this?
Ans: You may challenge the orders of Tahasildar before Sessions Act or High Court and get such orders quashed.
today is holiday and police is saying that he will not wait till monday,,,police is asking to get it cancelled through lawyer?
Ans: Lawyer cannot cancel it. At the most you will be produced before the Tahasildar and he will release you on bail. But it is risky as it is holiday as such Tahasildar may send you to jail. Better you avoid arrest and appear only after the orders of Tahasildar are stayed by the Court.
Section 107 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973
107. Security for keeping the peace in other cases.
(1) When an Executive Magistrate receives information that any person is likely to commit a breach of the peace or disturb the public tranquillity or to do any wrongful act that may probably occasion a breach of the peace or disturb the public tranquillity and is of opinion that there is sufficient ground for proceeding, he may, in the manner hereinafter provided, require such person to show cause why he should not be ordered to execute a bond, 1 with or without sureties,] for keeping the peace for such period, not exceeding one year, as the Magistrate thinks fit.
(2) Proceedings under this section may be taken before any Executive Magistrate when either the place where the breach of the peace or disturbance is apprehended is within his local jurisdiction or there is within such jurisdiction a person who is likely to commit a breach of the peace or disturb the public tranquillity or to do any wrongful act as aforesaid beyond such jurisdiction.
Section 110 in The Code Of Criminal Procedure, 1973
110. Security for good behaviour from habitual offenders. When[ an Executive Magistrate.] 1 receives information that there is within his local jurisdiction a person who-
(a) is by habit a robber, house- breaker, thief, or forger, or,
(b) is by habit a receiver of stolen property knowing the same to have been stolen, or
(c) habitually protects or harbours thieves, or aids in the concealment or disposal of stolen property, or
(d) habitually commits, or attempts to commit, or abets the commission of, the offence of kidnapping, abduction, extortion, cheating or mischief, or any offence punishable under Chapter XII of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860 ), or under section 489A, section 489B, section 489C or section 489D of that Code, or
(e) habitually commits, or attempts to commit, or abets the commission of, offences, involving a breach of the peace, or
1. Subs. by Act 63 of 1980, S. 2 (w. e. f. 23. 9. 1980 ).
(f) habitually commits, or attempts to commit, or abets the commission of-
(i) any offence under one or more of the following. Acts, namely:-
(a) the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 (23 of 1940 );
(b) 1 the Foreign Exchange Regulation Act, 1973 ] (46 of 1973 );
(c) the Employees' Provident Funds 2 and Family Pension Fund] Act, 1952 ;-- of 1952 .
(d) the Prevention of Food Adulteration Act, 1954 (37 of 1954 );
(e) the Essential Commodities Act, 1955 (10 of 1955 );
(f) the Untouchability (Offences) Act, 1955 (22 of 1955 );
(g) the Customs Act, 1962 or (52 of 1962 );
(ii) any offence punishable under any other law providing for the prevention of hoarding or profiteering or of adulteration of food or drugs or of corruption, or
(g) is so desperate and dangerous as to render his being at large without security hazardous to the community, such Magistrate may, in the manner hereinafter provided, require such person to show cause why he should not be ordered to execute a bond, with sureties, for his good behaviour for such period, not exceeding three years, as the Magistrate thinks fit.