The information has been given to all police station in-charge and administrative officers that the rules of the Masks & Social Distancing be strictly followed. Those who are found violating it, action should be taken against them. For this, special teams of police-administration have been formed.
₹500-₹1000 can be invoiced if the mask is not worn on the streets as well as cars of Delhi. If social distancing is not followed, spit on the streets, then a case can be filed with the challan. Despite all these warnings, the people of Delhi seem oblivious to it. That’s why hundreds of invoices are being cut every day in violation of rules of not wearing masks and lockdown.
After the imposition of new rules in Delhi, sub-inspector level officials will be able to deduct the invoices of those who do not wear masks, those who do not follow social distancing, spit on the streets and violate the Quarantine rules. 500 rupees in the first time, 1000 rupees in the second time and if the challan is not filled, then there is a provision to register a case under Section 188 of the IPC.
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Despite such harsh rules, the people of Delhi are seen to be lax in compliance. According to a report in the English newspaper Times of India, in the last three and a half months, Delhi Police has imposed a fine of Rs 2.4 crore from those who violate the rules of masks. However, along with the recovery of fine, the police have also distributed masks to thousands of people and spread awareness to take precautions.
No such situation is from Noida and Ghaziabad adjacent to Delhi. Here too, action has been taken against those who break the rules of mask and lockdown.
The strictness of the police-administration is now on and those who are seen walking on the streets without masks, the police are giving them a notice in the form of a fine. The Ghaziabad police decided on Monday that a fine of Rs 500 will be recovered from those who will be found without masks outside their homes.
For this, special teams of police-administration have been formed. Ghaziabad District Magistrate Ajay Shankar Pandey informed the news agency PTI. Police have shown strictness in Noida adjacent to Ghaziabad.
In Noida, 22 people were arrested on Monday for violating the rules, while 2583 vehicle owners were fined. Gautam Budh Nagar police gave this information to ‘PTI’. Police said 16 FIRs were registered on Monday and 22 people were arrested in violation of restrictions.
Police carried out intensive checking operations on 200 barriers across the district and about 6062 vehicles were checked. Of these, challans were issued to the owners of 2583 vehicles, and 22 vehicles were closed. Police have earned Rs 2,86,800 as a penalty in Gautam Budh Nagar.