National Karnataka government fined for not wearing masks

Karnataka government fined for not wearing masks

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Bengaluru The corona virus, taking the form of an epidemic, is making people a victim at a fast pace. Due to which all the government of the state is appealing for rescue and precautions. This includes following social distancing, wearing masks, washing hands frequently. At the same time, the Karnataka government has tightened the rules regarding these rules so that people do not violate the rules of protection from Corona. In which the Karnataka government has made it mandatory to apply masks and there is also a provision of fine of 200 rupees for those who violate the rules in the state. In such a situation, thousands of people came out of the house with no mask. The Karnataka government has released data on the fine levied from different zones of the state.

The Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palika (BBMP) Commissioner said that the Karnataka government has imposed a fine of Rs 200 on those who do not perform mask / face coverings in public places. According to government figures, a total of Rs 1,16,800 in the East Zone was recovered from a total of 584 citizens.

In the West Zone, a total of Rs 46,200 was recovered by 231 citizens. Similarly, 182 people in the South Zone wear masks and go out in public places. From which a total fine of Rs 36,400 was charged. In Mahadevapura, a total of Rs 55,400 was collected as fine from 277 people. In RR Nagar, 196 people paid fines, collecting revenue of Rs 39,200.

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