The police showed severity and involvement from those who were negligent

Saharanpur Police have started to show severity against people who acted negligently during the Corona curfew. Measures have been taken against those who violated the Corona guidelines in the markets.
On Friday, the news published in Amar Ujala was taken into account by the senior officials, while those in charge of all police stations in the metropolis appeared in the markets with force. The police were actively involved in following the guideline during the morning relaxation. At the same time, bills were cut by people who did not roam the streets unnecessarily and did not put on masks. In addition to essential services, measures were also taken against the merchants who opened other stores.
Nagar Kotwali Inspector Pankaj Pant in Mahanagar patrolled the troops in Morganj, Naya Bazar, Kakkar Ganj, Sabzi Mandi and Chowk Wells. Similarly, the responsible Kotwali-Mandi Bijendra Singh Rawat, the inspector of Thana Qutbasher, Vinod Kumar Singh, and the inspector of Kotwali Sadar Bazar, Harendra Singh, followed the guidelines while cracking down on those who were negligent in their respective fields were.
Cut off bill, also warned
Saharanpur The police cut off the bills of more than 400 people as part of a control operation carried out on Friday. At the same time, he warned the dealers who opened the store without permission. Cut off bills from people roaming the streets unnecessarily not wearing masks. The suspects were also interrogated for incarceration.
Traffic jam caused by the crowd
Saharanpur Police remained active in the markets, but the people also turned out to be arbitrary. Due to the crowd, there were traffic jams around the Chowk Fountain, Morganj Bazaar, Naya Bazaar and Dalmandi Bridge which were opened by the police. That being said, it has been found that some places in the markets have violated guidelines. As soon as it was known, the police arrived and took action.

Saharanpur Police have started to show severity against people who acted negligently during the Corona curfew. Measures have been taken against those who violated the Corona guidelines in the markets.

On Friday, the news published in Amar Ujala was taken into account by the senior officials, while those in charge of all police stations in the metropolis appeared in the markets with force. The police were active in following the guideline during the morning relaxation. At the same time, bills were cut from people who did not roam the streets unnecessarily and did not put on masks. In addition to essential services, measures were also taken against the merchants who opened other stores.

Nagar Kotwali Inspector Pankaj Pant in Mahanagar patrolled the troops in Morganj, Naya Bazar, Kakkar Ganj, Sabzi Mandi and Chowk Wells. Similarly, the responsible Kotwali-Mandi Bijendra Singh Rawat, the inspector of Thana Qutbasher, Vinod Kumar Singh, and the inspector of Kotwali Sadar Bazar, Harendra Singh, followed the guidelines while cracking down on those who were negligent in their respective fields were.

Cut off bill, also warned

Saharanpur The police cut off the bills of more than 400 people as part of a control operation carried out on Friday. At the same time, he warned the dealers who opened the store without permission. Cut off bills from people roaming the streets unnecessarily not wearing masks. The suspects were also interrogated for incarceration.

Traffic jam caused by the crowd

Saharanpur Police remained active in the markets, but the people also turned out to be arbitrary. Due to the crowd, there were traffic jams around the Chowk Fountain, Morganj Bazaar, Naya Bazaar and Dalmandi Bridge which were opened by the police. That being said, it has been found that some places in the markets have violated guidelines. As soon as it was known, the police reached the location and took action.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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