Kadaba: Complaint against two for flouting home quarantine norms

Daijiworld Media Network - Kadaba (SP)

Kadaba, Apr 2: A person from Araltadi within Savanur village in the taluk had come here from Mumbai on March 22. He was advised to undergo mandatory home quarantine. However, the task force came to know that he was not at home. Therefore, the first information was registered in the Bellare police station against him.

When a team comprising Paltady primary health centre, gram panchayat and revenue department staff went to his house, they realized that he had gone away. When he was contacted and advised to return home, he reportedly spoke arrogantly. Therefore, a first information report against him for violating government order, and exposing others to the risk of spreading the disease, was registered.

The other case was registered in Kota police station against a person on home quarantine who reportedly moved around Kody Kanyana road in Gundmi village near Sastan and created an environment of fear among the people of spreading the disease. The case, registered on Wednesday evening, happens to be the first-ever such case to be registered in Udupi district.

Station house officer of Kota, Nityananda Gowda, and others were on the rounds when they saw that the person on home quarantine was moving around in his motorbike on Kody Kanyana road. When questioned, he responded haughtily. He had the home quarantine seal in his hand. A case was registered against him and he was quarantined in a hospital.

28 cases in Kasargod

On March 31, the police of the district strictly implemented the lockdown rules and registered 28 cases against people for violating the lockdown norms. Over 57 persons were arrested and 23 vehicles were seized. The number of cases in the district has gone up to 244 now.




Title : Kadaba: Complaint against two for flouting home quarantine norms


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