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Fine for not wearing a mask, but under which law are sit-ups being held?

The process of organizing sit-ups is not only going on in Bihar, but it is also happening in Bhopal. A sit-in meeting was organized in Bhopal’s Karond on the use of masks. However, the opposite case came to light from Delhi. Here, on being interrupted for the mask, the person fired five bullets in a hurry.

The third wave of Corona is gaining momentum. For the prevention of these cases in different states, the administration is taking strict action in its own way. Various measures are being started from night curfew to helpline. Administration teams in many states are also checking for masks. Challans are being deducted for not wearing a mask, it is not surprising, but for not wearing a mask, beating with a stick, getting sit-ups is also being done. One such video of Sultanganj in Bihar is going viral.

The mask of the BDO had come off itself, but the youth got the stick shown and got it done.

According to the report of Dainik Bhaskar, a mask checking campaign was conducted in Sultanganj on Sunday under the leadership of BDO Manoj Kumar Murm and CO Shambhu Sharan Rai. During this, about 40 people were also fined. During this action, a sit-in meeting was also organized for not wearing a mask from a young man, whose video is now going viral. In this video, a sit-in meeting was held with the young man for not wearing a mask. According to Dainik Bhaskar, the BDO also slapped many people for not wearing masks. It is true that ever since the corona virus has spread in the country, there is a provision of fine for not wearing a mask.

The rule allows fines for not wearing masks, not sit-ups or beatings

According to the rules, there is no harm in imposing a fine for not wearing a mask, but the question is whether there is any such law, which will punish the police-administration for not wearing a mask with inhuman acts like running a stick, getting sit-ups or slapping. allows. In this case, it is not only a matter of sit-down that the situation here became strange when a young man interrupted the BDO who was running the stick. The young man told the BDO – You too have not applied the mask properly. After listening to the young man, the BDO put the mask on his nose. Two days ago, a video of Begusarai of Bihar also went viral, in which sit-ups were organized for not wearing a mask. Along with this, a fine of Rs 50 was also collected from him.

Fines and oath along with sit-in meetings in Patna

A video of Patna also surfaced in Patna. Here too, strictness was increased in the night curfew and people roaming without masks were first punished and after that they were also fined. For punishment, a sit-in meeting was resorted to and after the punishment, people were also administered an oath not to break the Kovid guidelines in future. There may be other ways of motivating people to wear masks or to follow the guidelines, which come under the purview of the law, but how right it is to do so outside the purview of the rules and regulations, the question is definitely there.

Not only Bihar, sit-ups are being organized in Bhopal too

The process of organizing sit-ups is not only going on in Bihar, but it is also happening in Bhopal. A sit-in meeting was organized in Bhopal’s Karond on the use of masks. However, the opposite case came to light from Delhi. Here, on being interrupted for the mask, the person fired five bullets in a hurry. He was traveling with his wife, relative. When the police interrupted, he went crazy. The person who fired the bullet is said to be a lawyer by profession.

Health Minister Mangal Pandey was seen without a mask

Coming back to Bihar, here the administration is getting the common people to hold sit-ups for not wearing masks, but it is not running any bus on the leaders. It was only about three weeks ago that the pictures of Bihar’s Health Minister Mangal Pandey attending the Kisan Sammelan made headlines. The minister was seen following the Kovid guideline comfortably without a mask.

Tej Pratap roamed around without a mask, but RJD member was beaten up for not wearing a mask

Tej Pratap Yadav, the elder son of former CM Lalu Prasad Yadav, was also seen roaming in the mall without a mask, but no one remembered the sit-down formula at that time. Yes, a common RJD worker was beaten up by the police for not wearing a mask. This video of Bihar Sharif also became very viral.

Shivam Bangwal

Shivam Bangwal is an Indian based entrepreneur who is a tech, travel and coding enthusiast with a post graduation degree on Master's of Computer Applications. He is a founder of Youthistaan, People News Chronicle, Hitchhike TV, Branding Panther and many more.

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