- All of them were walking around in public places without wearing a mask
- A community guest house has been made a temporary prison
- They are being released after three hours after being charged with bond
Indore Corona cases update: Outbreak of Kovid-19 Despite this, more than 250 people, who have avoided wearing masks in public places, have had to face jail in the last five days. A senior officer of the jail department gave this information on Tuesday. Rakesh Kumar Bhangre, Superintendent of the Central Jail, said that on the orders of the administration, a community guest house in Snehlatganj area has been made a temporary jail. This jail has the capacity to hold 300 people at a time. “Within the last five days, a total of 258 people from different areas of the city were brought to temporary jail under Section 151 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) (Precautionary arrests to prevent cognizable offenses),” he said. is. These people were roaming in public places without wearing masks. ”
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Bhangera said that people who reached the temporary jail on avoiding the mask are usually being released after three hours. Earlier, he was being charged with a surety that he would follow all the guidelines to protect Kovid-19. He said that 15 staff have been deployed in the temporary jail and CCTV cameras have also been installed to keep an eye on the prisoners. .
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Significantly, Indore is the most affected district of Kovid-19 in the state, where the number of epidemic patients is constantly making new records. According to officials, during the last 24 hours, the district has received 805 new epidemic patients, which is the highest ever number of cases on a daily basis. A total of 74,029 patients of corona virus infection have been found. Of these, 977 people have died during treatment.
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