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8 July, 2020 01:41:39 PM
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Tk 10,800 fined for breaking Covid-19 guidelines in Khulna

Independent Online/ BSS
Tk 10,800 fined for breaking Covid-19 guidelines in Khulna

Mobile courts here fined around Taka 10,800 and filed nine cases against different shops, coaching centres and business outlets for flouting coronavirus health safety guidelines conducting drives in different areas including wards 17 and 24 of Khulna metropolis, declared as red zone.

Executive Magistrates Md. Imran Khan Md. Tahmidul Islam and Debashish Basak of Khulna district administration conducted special mobile courts and fined the business entities including departmental and cosmetics stores for violating government order to prevent coronavirus transmission.

Under the direction of Deputy Commissioner and also District Magistrate Mohammad Helal Hossain, the special mobile courts conducted the drives in different areas including Aichgati Union of Rupsha Upazila of Khulna and Wards No- 17 and 24 of Khulna Metropolitan City declared as Red Zone areas.

The courts filed nine cases against the shops for not abiding by the hygiene rules and violating government orders related to timeframe of remaining open of shops including for not wearing masks by shopkeepers, violation of public order and not taking any arrangement to maintain social distancing for general people.

Khulna Metropolitan Police and members of Ansar and other law enforcement agencies assisted the mobile courts.

Additional District Magistrate Mohammad Yusuf Ali said some of the shops have been fined and sued which were found running their business activities beyond the time, fixed by the government.

The Khulna district administration will continue the drive to prevent coronavirus infection and other crimes, he said.

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