The district administration fined Tk 97,000 for the 56 cases

 Staff Reporter   |   Update: 2020-04-12 11:39:25

The district administration fined Tk 97,000 for the 56 cases

District Magistrate's Executive Magistrates are campaigning to prevent the transmission and spread of the Corona virus. Every day, ten executive magistrates are conducting mobile court operations in different areas of the city with the army and the police.

The campaign is being launched to prevent coronation by ensuring government directives and social distance.

Saturday (11th April) from 9am to 3pm on the first shift, the second shift from 3pm to 7pm, in the city's Baklia, Panchlaish, Khulshi, Chandgaon, Bayezid, Sadarghat, Kotwali and Chawkbazar, Bandar, Patengahar, Dabholi, Dabholi, Dubhal, areas. These operations have been conducted.

Under the coroner's lockdown, a fine of Tk 97,100 was recovered from the 56 cases in different cases for keeping various shops and institutions open for violating government orders and for unnecessary roaming.

District Magistrate's Executive Magistrate (Assistant Commissioner (Land) Kattli Circle). Touhidul Islam said the general holiday period has been extended till 25th April to prevent coronary virus.

Lockdown continues throughout the country. Lockedowns have been fined Tk 97,100  in 56 cases for various reasons including obeying government directives, ensuring social distance, monitoring the market, wandering around cars unnecessarily.

District Magistrate's Executive Magistrate Suraiya Yasmin said that raids were being carried out in different parts of the city to prevent the spread of coronas. Working to ensure social distance. Bazaars and foodstuffs are being monitored regularly.

Meanwhile, administration officials have said that legal action will be taken if they leave the house after 5 pm without any urgent need to prevent the transmission and spread of the Corona virus.