In Delhi on Monday, more than 4,400 people were fined for not wearing masks.
According to the data, 4,434 people were cited in 11 districts for wearing masks, 107 for failing to maintain social distance, 17 for spitting in public places, and two for consuming liquor, pangutkha, tobacco, and other substances in public places.
According to official data, the Delhi government took action against 4,434 people on Monday for not wearing masks in public or work places, despite an increase in coronavirus cases.
In its 11 districts, 4,434 people were cited for wearing masks, 107 for failing to maintain social distance, 17 for spitting in public places, and two for consuming liquorpangutkhatobacco, among other things.
Southeast district 780 had the most mask violations, followed by east district 730, north district 583, and southwest district 559.
New Delhi district 156 had the lowest rate, according to the report.
The Revenue Department’s enforcement teams have formed flying squads to deal with large gatherings and violations of social-distancing norms in restaurants, hotels, markets, and other public places.
Officials said Lt Governor Anil Baijal had directed the police commissioner and divisional commissioner (revenue) to strictly enforce Covid-appropriate behavior in accordance with the Delhi Disaster Management Authority’s (DDMA) latest guidelines.
After reports of overcrowding in the city’s marketplaces, the intervention was made.
According to them, police officers and field functionaries have been ordered to ensure that the DDMA order is strictly enforced right away.
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