Weekend Curfew Affects Normal Life In Kashmir

Img . Weekend Curfew Affects Normal Life In Kashmir

183 Persons Arrested, 2543 Fined Rs 3,09,140

Srinagar, June 5 (GNS): Normal life continued to remain affected in Jammu and Kashmir on Saturday to lockdown on account of covid-19, officials said.

Police and paramilitary forces placed barricades on roads at many places in Srinagar as well as in other district headquarters of the Valley and the Jammu region to prevent the movement of people. However, essential and emergency services are allowed, the officials added.

Most of the shops, and other business establishments remained shut while public transport was off the roads.

In view of the alarming surge in daily cases across the Kashmir Valley, Police said to have enhanced the efforts to implement the Covid-19 guidelines, SOPs and restrictions strictly throughout the valley.

“During the last 24 hours, police have arrested 183 persons, lodged 94 FIRs and also realized fine to the tune of Rs 1,37,290 / – from 848 people for violating the guidelines / rules throughout the Kashmir valley,” a police spokesman told GNS. .

“During the last 24 hours, Police have arrested 187 persons, lodged 97 FIRs and also realized fine to the tune of Rs 3,09,140 from 2543 people throughout the Kashmir valley for violating the various guidelines / rules / SOPs regarding Covid-19,” a police spokesman said.

Last week, the government ordered complete ‘Corona’ with no movement of people except for permissible activities from Friday 8p.m. to Monday 7 am till further orders.

“The special drive against the violators of Covid-19 guidelines / rules continued throughout all the districts of Kashmir Valley to ensure that people adhere to SOPs / guidelines envisaged by government to curb COVID-19 pandemic,” the spokesman said, adding, “Community members are once again requested to cooperate with the Police in containing the spread of Coronavirus by following the SOPs / guidelines / protocols for the safety of the people. The special drive will continue throughout the districts of Kashmir Valley to strengthen the safety measures. ” (GNS)

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