Hapur News – Fall on 68 in violation of social distance

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Fall to 68 for violation of social distance
Garhmukteshwar. Simbhali Police Department recorded a case of 68 people who named 46 people who broke the lockdown at night in various villages and did not follow guidelines for corona infection.
Simbhali SO Rahul Chaudhary said the police were on patrol on Sunday. Zarafat, Kamran, Abdul Qadir, Morudin-based Arifpur Village, Babugarh Police Station including Madsir Alam, Farman, Shah Alam, and Feroz Khan-based Saravani Village, Babugarh Police Station sat in front of Simbhavali RSK Inter College. None of these men had masks. That being said, ten unidentified individuals, including Krishna, the Chaman-based village of Mukteshwara, the Saurabh-based village of Aurangabad, and the Chatar Singh-based Daulatpur Ghaziabad, were crowded near the intercollege who followed no social distancing or masks. Other guidelines regarding the covid-19 transition followed. Six other individuals including Salarpur Village, Ravi, Mangerram, Bangauli Village, Arun Kumar, Faridpur Gausai, Satpal, Bhagwanpur, Rajesh, Mahendra, Kurana, Veerpal, and Hukam Singh Muradpur village – sat nearby. He said there was a crowd in the west-north direction of RSK Inter College including Wasim, Ankit Tyagi, Parvez, Iqbal-based Nagla Bud village, Salim-based Buxar village, Muzaffar Ali, Mohammad Ikram and the in Shahadat resident village of Sarurpur. Yogendra’s six unidentified individuals, including the Chhatnaura resident, also did not follow other standards, including social distancing. The SO said one case was registered against 68 people, including all of the defendants named in other sections, including the Pandemic Act. The SO warned that strict measures will be taken against anyone who does not follow the guidelines issued for covid infection. conversation

Fall to 68 for violation of social distance

Garhmukteshwar. Simbhali Police Department recorded a case of 68 people who named 46 people who broke the lockdown at night in various villages and did not follow guidelines for corona infection.

Simbhali SO Rahul Chaudhary said the police were on patrol on Sunday. Zarafat, Kamran, Abdul Qadir, Morudin-based Arifpur Village, Babugarh Police Station including Madsir Alam, Farman, Shah Alam, and Feroz Khan-based Saravani Village, Babugarh Police Station sat in front of Simbhavali RSK Inter College. None of these men had masks. That being said, ten unidentified individuals, including Krishna, the Chaman-based village of Mukteshwara, the Saurabh-based village of Aurangabad, and the Chatar Singh-based Daulatpur Ghaziabad, were crowded near the intercollege who followed no social distancing or masks. Other guidelines regarding the covid-19 transition followed. Six other individuals including Salarpur Village, Ravi, Mangerram, Bangauli Village, Arun Kumar, Faridpur Gausai, Satpal, Bhagwanpur, Rajesh, Mahendra, Kurana, Veerpal, and Hukam Singh Muradpur village – sat nearby. He said there was a crowd in the west-north direction of RSK Inter College including Wasim, Ankit Tyagi, Parvez, Iqbal-based Nagla Bud village, Salim-based Buxar village, Muzaffar Ali, Mohammad Ikram and the in Shahadat resident village of Sarurpur. Yogendra’s six unidentified individuals, including the Chhatnaura resident, also did not follow other standards, including social distancing. The SO said one case was registered against 68 people, including all of the defendants named in other sections, including the Pandemic Act. The SO warned that strict measures will be taken against anyone who does not follow the guidelines issued for covid infection. conversation

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