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43 held for violating lockdown in Bhojpur

43 held for violating lockdown in Bhojpur


BHOJPUR: Police right this moment arrested 43 individuals for violating nationwide lockdown imposed by the federal government to curb the unfold of COVID-19, in Bhojpur district.

According to the District Police Office, Bhojpur, Spokesperson and Police Inspector Pandev Rajbhanshi, they had been all arrested from close by market locations whereas breaching the lockdown guidelines. Among them, 10 are feminine and 33 males.

“After their arrest, they got coronavirus associated counselling for 2 hours within the premises of DPO this afternoon,” PI Rajbhanshi shared.

DPO Chief Nar Bahadur Salami Magar, Police Inspectors Pradeep Lama, Pandev Rajbhanshi and District Traffic Office Chief Assistant Police Inspector Prem Shah gave counselling to them in regards to the progressively spreading virus and threat related to contracting it, and social distancing amongst others.

We launched them right this moment itself after they promised us to not break the lockdown guidelines once more. However, if they’re arrested once more they are going to be booked beneath the Infectious Disease Act, 2020 (1964), police warned.

So far, Nepal has reported 12 confirmed COVID-19 circumstances of which eleven are energetic and one has recovered from the virus.

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