Udupi: DC warns people against misusing unlock exemptions


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (SP)

Udupi, Jun 24: Deputy commissioner of the district, G Jagadeesh, has warned that the people of the district may have to face problems because of the habit of some people misusing unlock exemptions extended to them.

"There was provision for only 40 guests in marriage functions. However, more than the permitted numbers are attending the weddings. Hotels are permitted to serve the people only till 5 pm and not 6. As per the guidelines, holding any kind of programme is not permitted. Still, every day, hundreds of different parties and organizations hold programmes, protests, and social parties about which we learn through the newspapers. The organizers of these programmes are playing with the health of the people in general," the DC said.

"Law is the same for everyone. If I, being the deputy commissioner of the district, follow the rules and regulations, people also follow them. If the people's representatives obey the rules and guidelines, their followers too will do the same. Everyone has to compulsorily abide by the guidelines. Anyone organizing public programmes without prior permission will face severe against. Till July 7, no one is permitted to hold any programmes. Anyone found to be not sticking to the law will face stern action," he warned.

 

 

 

  

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  • Kudla Stories, Kudla

    Thu, Jun 24 2021

    All of these politicians and bureaucrats are just known to threaten people. Not one has ever asked, dis we eat or do we have a job ?? Current leaders !!

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  • shetty, udupi

    Thu, Jun 24 2021

    DC JUST TALK .....let him visit kaup and other areas in the night .. all the bars open till 11 PM and serve food / liquor , they just close the main entrance , all the cabins full with out any mask etc.... what is this covid rules ?? to whom........ such a shame on people and government who dosent follow rules when it is required for the safety of people of Indian. SP / DC should visit on daily basis across udupi districts bars after 5.30 PM onwards

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Thu, Jun 24 2021

    Dear sir you are talking like a politician the current unlock guidelines are wholly inadequate to stop 3rd wave it DOESN'T matter wither thete are some violations it won't stop the 3td wave only vaccination will.

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  • Richard Thomas, Udupi

    Thu, Jun 24 2021

    Laws should be constructive and those breaking the laws should be Booked and penalised. If the DC only talks of severe, strict, and stringent action and the people of Udupi simply don’t care, and dare to fluant the rules and regulations, it simply means no action Is ever taken.. Also, how can a Liquor shop be categorised as Essential and allowed to do business, and not a Restaurant or a Barber Shop, etc. when this unknown COVID Virus does not categorise or Exempt any category of business or individual. or any business.

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  • roy Indian, Mangalore

    Thu, Jun 24 2021

    dear DC no use of warning just need action . or at least give your number or (toll complaint number )for the people ,so that they can call same time and complaint who is misusing unlock exemptions .

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