Mangaluru: FIR lodged against 54 people for violating quarantine rules


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Jun 26: An FIR has been lodged against 54 persons for violating quarantine in the district. Of the 54 accused of the violation, 10 belong to Puttur taluk and rest are from Mangaluru. The FIR was filed because the concerned were banned from venturing out of their houses and directly defying the quarantine orders.
 
To make sure the spread of coronavirus infection is contained, the quarantine policy is strictly implemented in the district. Apart from revenue department officials, the district administration has asked other department officials and neighbouring houses to keep an eye on the people who have been placed under quarantine. As per recent reports, Dakshina Kannada district ranks high in terms of enforcing and implementing the quarantine system in the state.
 
 
The district deputy commissioner Sindhu B Rupesh has further issued a warning of registering cases against the violators of quarantine. 
  

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  • Sunil Raj Bannary, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 27 2020

    It's Simple to understand..

    You take risk you pay the price ..

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  • Christan Dsouza, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 27 2020

    Quarantine to be taken seriously and no one should venture out.
    However Guidelines should be very clear and should be updated. Arrived at Talapady border and was being forced to go to a lodge in the city, which for sure wouldn't be very hygienic.

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  • WILLIAM DSOUZA, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 27 2020

    Educated elderly must be quarantined only at home, thereby reducing the risk of illness due to public contact, whether it is hotel or institution. ELDERLY ARE MORE CAUTIOUS /SAFE AT HOME QUARANTINE THAN PUBLIC QUARANTINE LIKE HOTEL OR INSTITUTION... They can have limbe, jinger water (instead of normal water) which is possible only at home.

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  • Bimlesh, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 27 2020

    Yes sir you are right, no one is serious about it I saw on road lot of people without mask and on two wheelar 3 person running that's to without helmet
    God knows what's going to next will happen if people will do like this

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  • Thomas, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 27 2020

    This is more serious than boarder watch. Take care!

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 27 2020

    You still find people spitting on roads - why not strict initiative against spitters ? Publish their name and photo and punish them by makig them clean roads or other social work.

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  • Silvia, Mangalore

    Sat, Jun 27 2020

    The photographs of violators of quarantine or any rules must be announced or published in the local media or cable channels.

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  • Cynthia, Kirem

    Fri, Jun 26 2020

    Along with fir, fine them heavily... Looking at this, others should be careful and should not go to the extent of breaking the rules.... It's very sad to note that infection spreading rapidly in Mangalore....

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  • R.Bhandarkar, Mangaluru...

    Fri, Jun 26 2020

    Think too little too late....

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