Mumbai – Indradev Pandey
The Mumbai Police have registered a first information report against a popular bar and restaurant for flouting social distancing norms amid spike in Covid-19 cases. Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) has sealed a restaurant-cum-bar near Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital
The case was filed after Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) officials raided the restaurant at 11.30pm on Wednesday, found the violations, and collected ₹19,200 fine from 245 people without masks. The restaurant was also found to be operating beyond the 50% capacity set for restaurants to operate in view of the pandemic. The BMC then shut the establishment and reported the matter to the police.
Speaking To Fight Against Criminal Newspaper Senior Police Inspector Rampiyare Gopinath Rajbhar Of Gamdevi Police Station Said Based on the complaint of the BMC officers. We registered a case against the restaurant owners and manager at gamdevi police station under section
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BMC officials said after the restrictions were made more stringent, they have been vigilant and were conducting awareness drives in public places.