As Mumbai is seeing a spike in the instances of Covid, the Mumbai police have fixed the noose around the violators of COVID-19 rules.
According to Mumbai Police PRO, the Mumbai police have made a move against 58,000 individuals who were found without a veil in broad daylight places over the most recent 13 days.
Up until now, the police have gathered a fine of Rs 1.16 crore in an offer to strengthen the crackdown on individuals not wearing covers.
In the meantime, Mumbai Police Commissioner Param Bir Singh has guided the city police power to gather fines from in any event 1,000 individuals who are discovered not wearing veils, each day in each zone.
Mumbai is separated into 12 police zones and the city police have been given the power to individuals who are discovered not wearing veils, according to COVID-19 standards.
In an offer to contain the spread of COVID-19 in the city, the Mumbai top cop has asked the city police power to make a harsh move against those not wearing covers in broad daylight places.
"The thought behind setting the objective of 1,000 cases for each zone each day is to sharpen individuals about after rules gave by the public authority about wearing cover and keeping up the actual distance in broad daylight places," PTI cited city police representative S Chaitanya as saying.
He further said that the Mumbai police are putting forth attempts to spread mindfulness among residents about containing the spread of COVID-19.
A big part of the sum gathered as fine from cover rule violators will be utilized for police government assistance exercises and the leftover will be given to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation, the authority said.
On Tuesday, Maharashtra's capital announced 849 new instances of COVID-19, pushing the count to 3,27,619. Up until this point, 11,476 individuals have lost their lives because of the infection in the city, according to true figures.