Jabalpur News: FIR in Jabalpur did not end, 56 FIRs on negligent 56 businessmen sent to jail
Jabalpur, AboutGyan Representative. In the case of violation of the Corona Protocol, the police took a fraudulent action against three thousand 401 negligents. He was fined Rs three lakh 47 thousand 750. Due to negligence, FIRs were registered against 56 traders and 222 negligents were sent to temporary jails. Actually, a campaign is being carried out on the instructions of Superintendent of Police Siddharth Bahuguna to follow the Corona protocol and lockdown. They are also being advised to be strict with the citizens. Traders are being warned to keep shops closed. But people are opening shops against the police, against whom cases are being registered. All the customers and traders are found violating the physical distance and instructions of the mask in the shops. At the same time, people are found treading on the roads without any solid reason.
The Superintendent of Police says that there has been awareness among the citizens about the corona virus, yet some people are negligent. The police took action against 56 traders, including seven in Kotwali, three in Omati, one in the civil line, one in Sanjeevani Nagar, three in Cantt, one in Gwarighat, which includes textiles, grocery, tea snacks, fruits, vegetables, milk, bakery, Found selling building materials. FIRs were registered against all of them under Section 188, 269, 270 and Section 51 of the Disaster Management Act.
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Hookah was feeding the crowd: Here, near the Marwari Dhaba on Patan Road in Madhotal, Satish Jat was gathering crowd for 42 years and giving him a hookah. As soon as the information was received, the police reached the spot where there was a stampede among the people who were drinking hookah. Hookah drinkers were found violating the physical distance and instructions of the mask. During the action, Satish Jat was arrested. A case has been registered against him under various sections.