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Man arrested for not carrying masks in Chandigarh




Chandigarh coronavirus, Chandigarh COVID-19, Chandigarh coronavirus cases, Chandigarh COVID-19 cases, Chandigarh news, city news, Indian Express A case was registered underneath sections 188 (disobeying the general public order) and 473 (counterfeiting a quantity plate) in opposition to Sarandeep Singh on the Sector three police station. (Representational picture)

A 34-YEAR-OLD man of Sector 10 was arrested for shifting in his Fortuner with out masks and defying the curfew guidelines on Friday. He was additionally charged with travelling in his four-wheeler with a pretend registration code.

Accused Sarandeep Singh tried to affect police personnel by way of his political contacts. Later, the cops handed him a masks for protecting the face. A case was registered underneath sections 188 (disobeying the general public order) and 473 (counterfeiting a quantity plate) in opposition to Sarandeep Singh on the Sector three police station.

The Station House Officer, Sector three police station, Inspector Jaspal Singh, mentioned, “Sarandeep Singh was roaming in his Fortuner with none cross. He was additionally not carrying any masks. He stopped at a naka close to Leisure Valley, Sector 10. We observed the numbers on entrance registration code and rear quantity plate had been completely different. We arrested him for 2 offences. First: disobeying the orders for carrying masks, not staying at residence. Second: for utilizing pretend quantity plate. Offence of disobeying the

authorities orders is bailable

however one other offence is non-bailable.”

On Wednesday, UT Adviser Manoj Parida had issued orders making the carrying of three-layer or fabric masks necessary in Chandigarh. The order said that not carrying the masks is a punishable offence underneath Section 188 of the IPC. The punishment of this offence is six-month-long jail together with a high quality. The order said that an one driving in personal or official/authorities car will even should put on the masks.

However, 11 individuals had been arrested for roaming on roads defying the curfew orders in Chandigarh on Wednesday night time. These individuals had been arrested within the areas of Sector 19, Mani Majra, Mauli Jagran and within the jurisdiction of PS 26. All had been arrested underneath Section 188 of IPC. Later, they had been launched on bails.

Three store homeowners arrested

Three store homeowners had been arrested for opening their retailers of non-essential gadgets at Dadumajra Colony on Friday. They had been recognized as Vipin Kumar, proprietor of Divya Photo Frame, Narinder Kumar, proprietor of Narinder Electronics Shop, and Dharminder, proprietor of Sharma Book Depot.

Police mentioned secret data was acquired that three non-essential merchandise retailers are open in DMC space. Subsequently, the Maloya SHO and employees instantly reached the spot and located that the three retailers had been truly open and had been discovered promoting. Three FIRs had been registered at Maloya police station.

Quack arrested

A person was arrested for operating a clinic with none legitimate qualification at Daddu Majra village Friday. He was recognized as Om Parkash. His clinic, Deepa Clinic, was sealed.

Police mentioned Om Parkash was earlier a compounder with a non-public physician. He began his personal clinic at Daddu Majra village with none legitimate qualification. He positioned a nameplate exterior his clinic of Dr Om Parkash. Police mentioned Om Parkash admitted that he didn’t have any qualification. Further inquiry revealed that he had been working this clinic for the previous one month. He had been a compounder earlier and having learnt the commerce, opened this clinic. A case was registered on the Maloya police station.

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