- Disciplinary action in Bangalore basement for violating corona rules
- 7 out of 6 cases under judicial custody under the guidance of DySP HC Jagadeesh
- Judicial remand for 13 days till May 5
Bengaluru: Under the guidance of Sub Inspector Suresh, Sub-Inspector Suresh of the Town Police Station, Section 5 (4) of the State Infectious Diseases Act 2020 and Section 269 of the Indian Penal Code, 6 cases have been registered and 7 arrested and sent to judicial custody.
C. Dayanand (29) Jyothinagar Vajrahalli, Nallamangala residents Raju (28) Rayan agar, Ashwak Pasha (30) Devanga Street, Ramesh (28) Sondekoppa Road, Rakesh (22) Sondekoppa Road, Jabaswallah (30) The accused have been sentenced to 13 days judicial custody until May 5, officials said.
In the wake of the widespread spread of covid in the city, the state government has issued a set of rules and guidelines with effect from May 21 to May 4. The order was promulgated throughout the taluk and the sub-divisional public was informed by the covid Guidelines through an auto loudspeaker. Also Read This: Bangalore: ‘Make shift’ hospital in Victoria.
However, Sub Inspector Suresh said that strict legal action has been taken against the detainees for violating the government’s mandate and causing outbreak of epidemics in shops where they do not maintain social space in front of their shops.