Police, citing government directives in the wake of the COVID-19 epidemic, said that public gatherings and gatherings would be held during upcoming festivals like Holi, Shab-e-Baaraat, Navratri at public places, parks, markets or religious places in Delhi Not allowed
Delhi Police on Saturday appealed to the people to avoid public programs on the festival of Holi and observe this festival in their homes in compliance with the COVID-19 epidemic guidelines. Police warned that strict action will be taken if caught while celebrating the public festival during the festival. In view of the increasing cases of COVID-19, the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) issued an order on Tuesday, saying that there will be no public festival on the upcoming festivals like Holi and Navratri in the national capital.
Chief Secretary Vijay Dev has instructed the officers to strictly follow the order. Citing the DDMA order, Delhi Police Public Relations Officer Chinmoy Biswal has called upon the people to comply with the COVID-19 protocol. He said that during Holi, gathering on the grounds, parks, markets or religious places on behalf of the people will not be allowed to celebrate in public.
He said that according to the order of DDMA, people are not allowed to play Holi after gathering in large numbers. Delhi Police appeals to the general public to celebrate the festival of Holi with family members at home. If a case of gathering Holi comes out in large numbers outside the house, then strict legal action will be taken against the people involved in it.
Delhi traffic police alert about Holi
Also, in view of Holi, the Delhi Traffic Police has made elaborate arrangements to ensure the safety of two-wheeler riders and plans to deploy special investigation teams at key intersections to take action against those who violate traffic rules. The traffic police has appealed people not to break the rules and requested that they should follow the guidelines of the government and do not celebrate Holi in public places.
According to the traffic police, the festival of Holi will be celebrated on Monday, so extensive traffic arrangements have been made to ensure the safety of vehicle riders on the road and stern action will be taken against those who drive drunk, stunts from two wheelers Will drive without wearing a helmet, drive dangerously or break other traffic rules.
Joint Commissioner of Police (Traffic) Meenu Chaudhary said that special investigation teams will be deployed at important intersections and sensitive places so that those who violate traffic rules can be detected and action taken on them. He said that along with special teams of traffic police, PCR and local police teams will also be deployed on major roads and places and will detect those who drive drunk, cross red lights and break other rules. Radar guns will also be deployed to reinforce those driving at more than the prescribed speed.
Police, citing government directives in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, said that public gatherings and gatherings at upcoming public festivals like Holi, Shab-e-Baaraat, Navratri at public places, parks, markets or religious places in Delhi Not allowed According to Chaudhary, according to the directions of the Supreme Court Committee on Road Safety, driving on alcohol, crossing red lights, driving dangerously and driving at higher than the prescribed speed, using mobile phones while driving The license will be forfeited and suspended for a minimum period of three months.
He said that if the minor is found to be driving, then action will be taken against the owner of the vehicle. In the same way, action will be taken against the owner of the vehicle if he is caught driving without a license and also for doing stunts.
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