138 booked for flouting COVID norms
By Lokmat English Desk | Published: April 4, 2021 09:40 PM2021-04-04T21:40:21+5:302021-04-04T21:40:21+5:30
Aurangabad, April 4: A total of 138 persons were booked for flouting the disaster management act and curfew norms ...
Aurangabad, April 4:
A total of 138 persons were booked for flouting the disaster management act and curfew norms in the city during the last two days.
It may be noted that the number of Novel coronavirus patients is increasing day by day in the city. The administration is implementing all measures to contain the spread of the pandemic virus. Night curfew was clamped in the district.
The officers and employees are risking their lives to ensure that people follow all measures.
Yet, many people were found stepping out of home and wandering on roads without any work or reason ignoring police.
Police took action against 138 such people under various sections for violating the disaster management act and curfew norms.
There is a full lockdown on Saturday and Sunday every week and night curfew for the rest of the days to reduce the spread of COVID.
A meeting chaired by district collector Sunil Chavan was held four days ago to implement guidelines of the State Government’s ‘’Mission Begin Again’.
Sunil Chavan instructed the different departments to implement the guidelines strictly in the district and take action against those who flout the norms. Police started taking action against pedestrians, riders and drivers on April 2.
The number of cases registered police station-wise is as follows; Pundliknagar Police Station (12), Begumpura Police Station (14), City Chowk Police Station (15), Mukundwadi Police Station (four), Satara Police Station (five), Jawaharnagar Police Station (six), Kranti ChowkPolice Station (49), Jinsi Police Station (four), Cantonment Police Station (10) and Vedantnagar Police Station (19).Open in app