Pune police fined KKR’s Rahul Tripathi for not wearing mask during lockdown

New Delhi: The second wave of corona may have slowed down in the country, but wearing masks is still mandatory. In such a situation, the police are cracking down on those who are not wearing masks or following the rules of corona curfew. Indian cricketer Rahul Tripathi has also been fined in this connection.

Rahul Tripathi has been fined by pune police for not wearing a mask while driving a car in Kondhaba area of Pune. Rahul Tripathi was sitting in the car without a mask during the lockdown, which was illegal. The player Rahul Tripathi is a teammate of Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) in IPL. At the same time, he also plays for Maharashtra. The state government is still strict in some areas due to increasing corona cases. Meanwhile, Pune police was marching in Kondhaba area of Pune to follow the lockdown rules and keep an eye on those violating the rules.

According to police, Rahul Tripathi was seen sitting in a car near Khadi Machine Chowk in Kondhaba area around noon without wearing a mask. Rahul Tripathi was also driving the car for no reason in the lockdown. Police said there were more people in the car. Police said Rahul Tripathi was asked to pay a fine of Rs 500. Rahul then paid the fine and was released with a fine receipt.

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