Patna Local News Update: Bihar Police collected 3.37 lakh as fine during mask checking in all districts | In two hours of the evening, the mask investigation campaign was carried out in entire Bihar including Patna, Rs 3.37 lakh was recovered from 6740 people

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A month-long investigation campaign has commenced from today.

  • Dainik Bhaskar revealed the claims of the district administration in Patna in the morning
  • Vehicles were also strictly checked with masks, 15 lakhs recovered as penalty

From this morning, masking was to be done in the entire Bihar including the capital. Without mask, wanderers were strictly subjected to fines. What was the reality inside the capital? Dainik Bhaskar also made you aware of this through his news. After this, Bihar Police Headquarters came into action. On the orders of DGP SK Singhal, a two-hour special mask checking campaign was conducted not only in Patna but in all the 38 districts as well as in both police districts.

Without masks 6740

According to police headquarters, 6740 people were caught without a mask in this operation, which ran from 3:30 to 5:30 pm on Tuesday evening. They were charged a fine of Rs 3.37 lakh. In this, 96 people were caught inside Patna, they were fined 4800 rupees. Most people in Gaya were found wandering without masks. 30450 rupees was recovered from 609 people. Nalanda, the home district of Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, stood second among the wanderers without a mask, where Rs 22450 was recovered from 449 people.

See, how much investigation in which district.

See, how much investigation in which district.

15 lakh fine was recovered from 3792 vehicles

Along with mask checking, the police also checked the vehicles. 3792 vehicles that broke traffic rules were caught, 15 lakh 14 thousand 300 rupees were recovered from them. Gaya was the first to break traffic rules. Here, 2 lakh 40 thousand 500 rupees were recovered from 1381 trains.

Action to be taken

The police can file an FIR against their statement for continuously breaking the rules made by Kovid. Strict legal action can be taken against those who consistently break the rules under Section 188 of the IPC and the Disaster Management Act. By the way, people can be identified and sent to jail. For the next one month, the mask checking campaign will continue at random locations. Therefore, it is important that people leave masks before leaving their homes and follow the rules made under Kovid.

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