New Delhi: Individuals seen on the streets of the nationwide capital with out legitimate causes throughout the weekend curfew should face prosecution and even arrest for violating the Covid rules, Delhi Police said on Friday.
The warning got here in after the Delhi Police Commissioner SN Shrivastava held a gathering with all districts’ deputy commissioner police commissioners via a video convention and requested them to strictly implement the weekend restrictions imposed to sort out to Covid scenario in Delhi.
“If anyone is found moving without a valid emergency or movement pass for essential services or goods, they would be stopped and cases will be registered against them and they may also face arrests,” mentioned senior Delhi law enforcement officials on Friday.
They added that anybody popping out of their houses will certainly be checked by police personnel and questioned.
On this weekend curfew, Medical companies and provide of meals supplies, vegatables and fruits will go on as typical. Medical doctors and journalists have additionally been allowed to journey freely with a legitimate id card.
A Covid helpline has additionally been began by Delhi Police to obtain requests from folks going through real difficulties within the motion for important companies and items.
The helpline is ready up on the Police Headquarters with pilot quantity 011-23469900, Delhi Police PRO Chinmoy Biswal mentioned.
“It is not our purpose to create hindrance in these (essential) services. These will operate normally and our personnel will facilitate it. But no one under the garb of these activities can undertake undue movement to violate the restriction orders,” he quoted Commissioner SN Shrivastava as saying.
The policemen may also oversee if individuals are following private security norms like carrying masks, sustaining social distancing, and different hygiene associated practices.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had introduced the weekend curfew just lately. Malls, gymnasiums and auditoriums have been ordered to shut down until April 30, as Delhi witnesses the fourth wave of Coronavirus unfold.