Violation of Corona Guidelines in Jhajjar: 405 Active Cases; FIR against 3 dhabas, 2 liquor vends and night curfew breakers who mobilized

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Corona infection is spreading rapidly in Jhajjar district of Haryana adjoining Delhi. A week ago, the state government has ordered the closure of the market at 6 o’clock with night curfew. Despite this, people are flouting the orders of the government by taking the infection lightly. Taking action against this working, the Jhajjar police registered an FIR on Tuesday night at 3 dhabas and 2 liquor shops for crowd gathering in Bahadurgarh area. Along with this, a young man from Delhi, who was roaming unnecessarily with a car during night curfew, has also been caught.

Let us inform that on Tuesday, 120 positive cases were found in Jhajjar in 24 hours. Due to the increasing infection, the state government has kept 19 districts in the category of Group-A Red Zone. These include Jhajjar district also. Under Pandemic Alert-Safe Haryana, the government has given orders to open markets and malls till 6 pm except for essential services like milk, ration and medical shops. Night curfew is in force from 11 am to 5 am in the night. Jhajjar DC Shyam Lal Punia himself has given strict orders to implement the orders of the government.

After the order of the DC, the police is also taking a strict stand. Asoda police station was patrolling in Bahadurgarh area on Tuesday night. Then it came to know that there is a huge crowd of people at Jai Shyam Shyam and Ashirwad Dhaba near village Rohad. As soon as the police reached both the dhabas, the crowd dispersed. When the police asked the operator of Jai Shree Shyam Dhaba, Anoop, a resident of Rohad, and Manjeet, a resident of Kharhar, the operator of Aashirwad Dhaba, asked the reason for opening the dhaba, they could not give any answer. Police have registered a case against both of them under sections 188, 269, 270, 51B DM Act 2005.

At the same time, similar rules were seen flying at Kisan Dhaba located at Jakhoda Bypass in Bahadurgarh area. When the Asoda police reached the dhaba, people ran away. The police asked Dhaba operator Prem Nagar Bahadurgarh resident Surendra Kumar to show the reason for the gathering and permission to open the dhaba, but he could not tell anything. Therefore, an FIR has been registered against him at Asoda police station. Here, on Rohtak Road in Bahadurgarh city, the police have caught Nakul, a resident of Bawana, Delhi, with a car. He was roaming unnecessarily with the car at 11.30 pm. An FIR has been registered against him for breaking the night curfew.

FIR on two liquor contracts also

According to the orders of the government, liquor contracts are also necessary to be closed after 6 pm. But in many places, liquor contracts are opening till 11 pm. After getting information about this, the Beri police station raided two different liquor contracts near village Gochi, then they were found open at 9 pm. Police asked Vipin, a resident of Badaun, a salesman sitting on a liquor contract, and Ombir, a resident of Badaun, a salesman of another liquor contract, asked the reason for opening the contract, but did not get any reply. After that, an FIR was registered against both of them in Beri police station under sections 188, 269, 270, 51B DM Act 2005.

405 active cases, 17 hospitalized

The situation in Jhajjar is getting worse every day. More than 100 positive cases are being received continuously for 3 days. On Tuesday also 120 positive cases were found. According to the Health Department, there are 405 active cases in the district, out of which 6 are admitted in civil hospitals and 11 in private hospitals. The positivity rate in the district is 2.94% and the recovery rate is 96.2%.


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