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Criminal case if home quarantine sticker is removed: DC Sankar

Muslim community should observe 'Shab-e-Barat' event at homes as advised by Wakf Board; everyone will get the ration at their doorsteps, says DC

Mysuru, April 7:- “Several residents of Nanjangud removed the home quarantined sticker stuck on their homes. When the administration pasted the stickers again, they removed it. This is the last warning for such people. If they still remove home quarantine stickers, criminal cases will be registered against them,” said Deputy Commissioner Abhiram G Sankar.

He was speaking on the Facebook page live of News and Public Relations Department here on Monday.

“We are pasting the sticker for the safety of the neighbourhood. You don’t have the right to remove it. Officials of Health Department or other departments can remove it after the quarantine period gets over. Don’t remove the sticker even if the quarantine period is over. Coronavirus cases in Mysuru district have reached 35. Seven new cases have been reported and three of them were in contact with Tablighi Jamaat members. But these three had not gone to Delhi. The remaining two were in contact with the employees of Jubilant Generics factory in Nanjangud. One had come from Dubai (UAE),” he said.

“2,902 people are under observation. 1,533 people have completed home quarantine period. More than half have completed their quarantine period. 1,334 in quarantine are related to Jubilant factory,” he said.

“Shab-e-Barat event of the Muslim community will be held on April 9. Wakf Board has instructed them to observe the event at home. The Muslim community should observe the rituals at homes,” he said.

“Ration is being distributed to homes. The public is rushing to ration stores and creating chaos saying ration has not been supplied to their homes. Maintain social distancing. 30% of the ration has been distributed and everyone will get the ration at their doorsteps,” he added. (MR/KS)

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