Maharashtra: 50 violators of COVID protocols booked for reading namaz in cemetery

May 17 2021 11:06 AM
Maharashtra: 50 violators of COVID protocols booked for reading namaz in cemetery

Mumbai: Strict lockdown is in place in Maharashtra to break the chain of corona infection. In the meantime, there are many people who are not shying away from roaming out. Yes, there are many people who seem to be negligently violating the rules. At present, all religious and public places here have been closed, but even if this happens, people are not accepting it. According to recent information, prayers have been offered at Mahim Cemetery in Mumbai last Friday. In fact, now the police have registered a case against about 50 to 60 people in this case.

It is being reported that everyone here were secretly praying. Meanwhile, the police came to know about it and after that the police caught people red handed praying. In this case, Senior Officer of Mahim Police Station Vilas Shinde said, "About 60 people were praying at the Sunni Muslim cemetery in Mahim. As soon as the police came to know about it, she immediately rushed to the spot and caught everyone red handed.''

A case has now been registered against all of them for flouting lockdown rules. However, no one has been arrested. Let me tell all of you that the worshippers include the cemetery management and they have also been booked for breaking the onion. So far, no statement has come out from the cemetery management in the matter.

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