Over 6,000 folks, 1200 car house owners challaned for not carrying face masks in Noida | Uttar Pradesh Information
Noida: Over 6,000 folks and greater than 1200 car house owners have been penalised for not carrying a face masks and never adhering to COVID-19 security protocols in Noida and Better Noida on Friday.
The Gautam Buddh Nagar Police mentioned that challans have been issued to house owners of over 1,200 automobiles for flouting COVID-19 protocols and site visitors guidelines. 23 automobiles have been impounded within the motion, the police mentioned.
“As many as 6,006 individuals who have been discovered with out face masks in public locations have been issued challans and Rs 6 lakh collected from them in fines,’’ a police spokesperson mentioned. “Motion was taken underneath Part 188 (disobeying authorities order) in opposition to 77 folks and FIRs have been lodged in 30 such instances,” the official added.
Challans have been issued in opposition to house owners of 1,262 automobiles and Rs 1.63 lakh collected from them in fines whereas 27 automobiles impounded, the police mentioned. In addition to checking for face masks, automobiles have been checked for site visitors guidelines like regular routine, the police added.
The checking comes days after a non-public bus was looted by robbers on the gunpoint on the Yamuna Expressway in Mathura district on Monday night time.
No less than six robbers boarded a non-public bus, going from Noida to Hamirpur in east Uttar Pradesh, at gunpoint within the Surir police station space of Mathura and robbed the passengers. In keeping with the police, the robbers looted the passengers of their money, jewelry and cell phones. The incident occurred round 1 AM.
Shirish Chandra Superintendent of Police (Rural), Mathura mentioned bus conductors weren’t allowed to choose passengers on the expressway. On Thursday, 3,364 folks have been penalised throughout the district for not carrying face masks in public locations, whereas challans have been additionally issued to house owners of 1,685 automobiles, the police mentioned.
Amid a surge in instances of COVID-19, the district police is now finishing up bulletins in public locations and patrolling crowded locations to boost consciousness in regards to the state of affairs.