- So far, 57 out of 2920 people found infected in the state have died, people looking at risk to risk their lives
- Owners of marriage palaces in Gurdaspur lose about one crore rupees, and many more have changed their jobs
Jun 11, 2020, 12:58 PM IST
Thursday is the 11th day of the 5th phase of nationwide lockdown due to the Corona virus war. Meanwhile, a period of prohibition continues in Punjab. However, despite millions of efforts, Corona is not taking a name in the state. So far 57 out of 2920 people found infected in the state have died. Seeing the other aspect, people are so careless that they do not see a challan of a few rupees in front of the risk of their own and others' lives. In fact, the police are chasing the conspiracy to roam without masks, spitting here and there in different cities.
Corona virus has also knocked in the self-contained city of posh area in Ludhiana. The 42-year-old woman here has been hit by the virus. The woman has returned from Delhi a few days ago. A 54-year-old male from Satjot Nagar Dhandhara Road and a 57-year-old male from Sahnewal were also found to be corona infected, while a 23-year-old youth returned from Abu Dhabi was also found positive. The district administration is increasing the number of ventilators to deal with emergencies as patients grow in the district. Civil surgeon said that earlier 37 ventilators were arranged, but now ten more ventilators are being arranged.
On the other hand, the administration has so far recovered invoices amounting to 25 lakh 4 thousand without any mask, spitting in public place. DC Pradeep Aggarwal said that the amount of 22,63,300 from 7647 people who did not wear masks and 2,23,200 from 2178 people on spitting in public place reached the treasury in the form of challan.
Vegetable seller is forced to put dust in soil in Pratappura, Jalandhar
Due to the raw allotted place for vegetable vendors to place pods at the Sabzi Mandi in Pratappura, Jalandhar, retailers are facing a lot of trouble. For two days, buyers are also avoiding buying vegetables from here. Actually selling vegetables amid dust and soil can be harmful to health. On the other hand, if we talk about the strictness of the administration, then the police has recovered a fine of 22.40 lakh from 5790 people walking without wearing masks. Those who violate the home quarantine have also been fined 23 thousand. A fine of Rs 30600 has been recovered from 282 people spitting in public places.
Failure of not wearing mask in Patiala, cutting challan of 3637 and recovering 12.43 lakh fine
Patiala SSP Mandeep Singh Sidhu has appealed to the people to cooperate for the success of the Punjab government's mission Fateh. He said that according to the health department's instructions, the police is doing challans and fines on public places, traveling and spitting on the road including those who do not wear masks. So far, a fine of Rs 12.43 lakh has been levied on them for not wearing masks after deducting 3637 invoices. Its gratifying effect is that now spitting cases have come down.
Police arrested three people who were roaming around 9 pm
Police arrested three people for violating curfew at night in Kasba Ghariala in Tarn Taran district. A case has been registered against them in the police station Sadar Patti. In this regard, ASI Gurdial Singh told that Harjinder Singh, Gurlal Singh and Talab Singh were seen moving around in the drunken state at nine o'clock. The three were arrested under strict curfew orders against the people who roamed during the curfew from 9 am to 5 am.
Ban on fast food and juice riders in Kotkapura, Faridkot
Faridkot Sub District Magistrate Major Amit Sarin said that due to the positive arrival of Kovid 19 toast reports in Kotkapura town for the last few days, there has been a ban on the supply of fast food, juice hauls and other things.
Sukhbir is earning 300 rupees a day by selling fruits and vegetables
A van driver in village Jodhpur Romana in Bathida district left the job forever due to the shutdown of the commuters. Sukhbir Singh used to drive a van in a school for the last 18 years. When the schools were closed after the lockdown, Sukhbir Singh also sat home free. Seeing the absence of the house, he set up a hawker to sell fruits and vegetables near the AIIMS hospital on the Bathinda-Dabwali road. Sukhbir told that he now earns three hundred rupees daily.
Many people had booked the palace before the epidemic, but now the palace is closed
Owners of marriage palaces in district Gurdaspur have lost about one crore rupees due to Corona. Marriage Palace owner Rajwant Singh Bawa told that directly from this business are vending planners, tent houses, caterers, lighters, flower decorators, sweets, shehnai, jewelery shop, photographers and videos, wedding card vendors and People with card printing, fireworks, band-instruments, decorators, Jaymala themed, makeup salons etc. are associated. The work of thousands of people engaged in all these occupations has remained stagnant. Many people had booked the palace before the epidemic, but now the palace is closed.