Staff Reporter | Update: 2020-04-08 23:07:49
Chittagong Deputy Commissioner and Wise District Magistrate, Mr. Mohammad Elias Hossain directed to ensure the maintenance of social distances including home quarantines of foreign returnees; Q. Asanera myajistresi team.
In a separate operation, a fine of Rs 91,000 was collected. On Wednesday, 8th April, 2020, the mobile court conducted the mobile court in Chandgaon, Pachlaish and Khulshi areas in the city on Wednesday afternoon.
In the meantime, two grocery stores in Bahaddarhat area for selling goods at higher prices without breaking the price list, 2 grocery shops in Jhautala bazar of Khulshi and Tk 1 thousand 500 for the operation of business by violating sanctions. Is done People are urged to come out of their homes without being aware of the outbreak of coroners in the area through various market monitoring, home quarantine assurance and micking. Police, RAB and army members assist in the operation.
Mobile court in the city of Akbar Shah, Halishahar and Pahartali areas were administered by the district magistrate Md. Masud Rana. At this time, five hardware shops were fined Tk 2,000, one hotels and 1 electronics shops for a total of Tk 3,000, for violating the ban. In addition to banning the movement of rickshaws and other vehicles, they were forced to enter the city through city gates. Apart from this, the residents of the area were made aware to ensure the raw market visits and social distance. The police and the army assist in the operations.
Assistant Commissioner (Land) and Executive Magistrate of the Patenga Circle of the district administration Ehsan Murad conducted mobile courts in the city's port, Patenga and EPZ areas. During the raid, five establishments in the areas were fined Tk 16,000 for violating government sanctions and for opening a business establishment. At the same time, the magistrate closed the No 15 ferry at Patenga for the crime of crossing the passenger boat.
In the morning, mobile court conducted the mobile court in Chandgaon, Pachlaish and Khulshi areas of the city. Bhaddarhat was accused of disobeying the ban and operating a shop at Hossain Saudagar, Tk. 15,000, Shafi Saudagar's hardware store at Tk 15,000, AR computer shop at Tk 400, and Nova hardware at Tk 100 and weighing less meat shop was fined Tk 5,000. total Tk 36,500.
Assistant in the operations of the police and army. In the campaign called 'Sweet Face' of Chawkbazar, the accused sold 14,500 rupees for raiding the dessert on the dessert; Two grocery stores were fined Tk 5,600 each with a sum of Rs. 26,100. At the same time, the residents were made aware to ensure the raw market visits and social distance of the area.
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