Gwalior news in hindi: 6200 recovered from shopkeepers for violation of rules. | 6200 recovered from shopkeepers for violation of rules.

  • CMO and RI have imposed a fine of 5100 on 34 handlers and 1100 on snack shop for not putting vegetable and fruit carts at the designated site.

Dainik Bhaskar

May 21, 2020, 07:47 AM IST

Morena. A fine of Rs 6200 was recovered from 34 handlers and a snack shopkeeper. This action has been taken on the instructions of SDM Ankita Dhakre to maintain social distance in the city and follow the rules. Vegetable and fruit vendors were sent to different wards in 18 wards of the city for planting vegetable carts from agricultural produce market. CMO and RI have imposed a fine of 5100 on 34 handlers and 1100 on snack shop for not putting vegetable and fruit carts at the designated site.
CMOs Munnalal Karosia and Rajesh Vyas, NK Raikwar of the Revenue Department, Patwari Vinod Kulshreshtha, Mahavir Singh, Mukesh Mathur Deputy Commissioner Aditya Mishra, In-charge Sanitary Inspector Rinku Dagore, Safai Daroga Mahesh Dagore, Ashok Genghat, Sunny Karosia were present during this period.

Here … in Porsa, the team collected a fine of two and a half thousand rupees from the shopkeepers

Porsa | Wednesday was a weekly holiday, despite this many shops were found open, on which Tehsildar Porsa ni cut the receipts of the shopkeepers of three shops and made a receipt of red cross after recovering two and a half thousand rupees. Tehsildar Rajkumar Nagauria and Patwari Santosh Singh Tomar levied fines under the Gumasta Act on shops found open in the city. A fine of Rs 1000 was levied by Dilip Gupta Baksa Wale shop and a fine of Rs 1000 from Satyram Shivhare grocery shop and a fine of 500 from Mukesh Gupta grocery store.

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