Hathras: 324 people who did not use masks in Corona Curfew were billed

Newspaper counter, Amar Ujala, Hathras
Police have taken strict measures against those who did not wear masks during the two-day curfew. The police have billed 324 people and 26 vehicles. Police took this action during Corona’s weekly curfew, which was carried out in the district under the direction of the Superintendent of Police.
During the curfew, during the control operation, the police challenged 324 people without masks, and during that time 1,574 vehicles were checked and 26 vehicles were challanized. Hathras Gate Police, Hasayan and Sasni have broken the curfew by filing a report under the Epidemics Act.
The responsible inspector, Chandpa, was also made aware by Hasayan Police Station to wear masks regularly by handing out masks to commuters at check-in. An infection control campaign was carried out by the fire department at various locations in the district. Glucon-D and vitamin C pills were also distributed to police officers stationed at all police stations to protect themselves from infections with Kovid-19, face masks, face shields, disinfectants, Dettol handwashes, and Detol soap and to improve immunity strengthen.

Newspaper counter, Amar Ujala, Hathras

Police have taken strict measures against those who did not wear masks during the two-day curfew. The police charged 324 people and 26 vehicles. Police took this action during Corona’s weekly curfew, which was carried out in the district under the direction of the Superintendent of Police.

During the curfew, during the control operation, the police challenged 324 people without a mask, and during that time 1,574 vehicles were checked and 26 vehicles were challanized. Hathras Gate Police, Hasayan and Sasni have broken the curfew by filing a report under the Epidemics Act.

The responsible inspector Chandpa was also made aware by Hasayan Police Station to wear masks regularly by handing out masks to commuters at check-in. An infection control campaign was carried out by the fire department at various locations in the district. Glucon-D and vitamin C pills were also distributed to police officers stationed at all police stations to protect themselves from infections with Kovid-19, face masks, face shields, disinfectants, Dettol handwashes and Detol soap and to improve immunity strengthen.

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