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We have collected Rs.31 crore from face mask violators : Telangana DGP

The DGP of the Telangana M. Mahender Reddy today said that they had collected Rs.31 crore as fines from all those violators who did not wear face masks during the ongoing lockdown.

He also said that they had booked 98 cases against those who were found to be black-marketing Covid medicines. The DGP filed his report before the high court of the State.
In his report, he said that they had booked 339412 cases against those who did not wear face masks.

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He also said that they had booked 22,560 cases against those who did not follow social distance. The HC took up the hearing on the batch of petitions filed on the status of the Covid virus in the state. The CPs of Hyderabad, Cyberabad, and Rachakonda appeared before the HC during the hearing.

In his report, the DGP also said that they had taken all steps for the prevention of the coronavirus in the state. He said that they were taking steps the prevention of the black marketing of the medicines. He also said that they were taking steps for the strict implementation of the ongoing Lockdown in the state. He said that they had booked a total of 431823 cases from May 1 till  14.

He said that they had booked a total of 339412 against those who did not wear the face masks and added that they had collected Rs.31 crore as fines from the violators. However, the HC has expressed its displeasure over the attitude of the state government on the implementation of lockdown and night curfew.

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It asked the state government to submit a detailed report on the issue. It also asked the state government to submit the details about the ongoing vaccination. It advised the State government to tie up with NGOs in order to administer the vaccine to the old age and poor people of the State.

 

 

SOURCE-NSS