Those who come from outside will also be prosecuted for hiding their identity
4 times penalty will be charged for damage to government property
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat instructed all the district collectors
The government will take strict action if quarantine people kept in government buildings are uncooperative to prevent coronavirus. If such people misbehave with doctors or damage government property then they will be booked under the Disaster Management Act 2005. At the same time, a four-fold fine will be charged to make up for the loss.
The Chief Minister has directed all the District Collectors to take strict action against those who are non-cooperating. Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said that such information is coming that some people kept in the quarantine are not cooperating with the administration and health department.
Government property has also been damaged at some places. Such people should be immediately prosecuted. He has also directed the officials that four times fine should also be recovered from them in lieu of property damage.
If people from outside the state hide their identity or help someone to hide them, then a case should be filed against them. The Chief Minister has appealed to the people not to ignore the rumours in this hour of crisis. The health department is spreading advice for protection against the viruses, follow them.
600 people in the state till now
About 600 people who returned through Nizamuddin Markaz have been quarantined so far. Of these, 308 are home quarantined. Police headquarters claims that other Namazis will also be detected soon.
Director-General of Police Crime Ashok Kumar said that the process of finding and quarantining those who came from Nizamuddin Markaz in 28 days is going on. So far 600 people have been quarantined.
Of these, 308 are home quarantined. They have been informed about some other Namazis, about further information is being collected. On the other hand, 276 people have been arrested in 87 cases on charges of lock-down violation.
Medical treatment of 12 people who came through Markaz
Among those who returned from Nizamuddin Markaz from the city area, 12 other Namazi underwent medical examination on Friday. Further decisions will be made on the basis of the report of the Health Department. Meanwhile, police action is on in search of other Namazi. Namazi of Uttarakhand also came in large numbers from Nizamuddin Markaz.
Among them, Namazi of Dehradun and Haridwar were the highest. Now the Doon Police have quarantined 38 people. Eight more Namazi were admitted to Doon Hospital on Thursday night.
The capital police on Friday identified 12 more people who had come through Nizamuddin Markaz in the month of March. Superintendent of Police Nagar Shweta Choubey said that the medical team met these people and took information about the health. She told that based on the medical report, it will be decided that they should be quarantined. Some more Namazi have been named. Information about them is being ascertained.