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Rs 4,81,800 recovered from violators of appropriate behaviour in Kashmir

Last Updated on January 1, 2022 at 5:01 pm

The Covid-19 Appropriate Behaviour (CAB) monitoring teams of Divisional Covid Control Room Kashmir (DCCRK) have recovered a fine of Rs 481800 during intensified drive against violators in view of Omicron threat.

Giving details, it was informed that a total of 2701 violations were registered while 207 places were sealed and 1505 face masks were distributed so far from 4th august 2021 till date.

In order to keep strong health surveillance amongst general public due to recent threat imposed by the Omicron variant in the JK UT, the DCCRKs CAB monitoring teams framed on the directions of Divisional Commissioner Kashmir, Pandurang K.Pole in August 2021 have intensified their drive on strict implementation of CAB in the capital city.

An official spokesperson of DCCRK in a statement issued here mentioned that these monitoring teams are carrying out comprehensive market visits, parks and gardens, roadside vehicles, colleges/universities, coaching centres, government /private nursing homes along with various government/semi government and private offices in Srinagar city.

These teams were directed by the Incharge DCCRK, Tahir Ahmad Magray to intensify monitoring  after it was brought to the notice of Divisional Administration that general public are showing signs of  severe complacency in CAB from all the districts of Kashmir division, which could lead to the huge resurge of fresh cases of Covid-19 infection in the division.