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Thane administration warns citizens against repeated defiance of prohibitory order

Thane, Apr 7 (UNI) The district administration on Tuesday issued an ultimatum to the citizens to immediately stop defying prohibitory order else pay for their act by facing stringent measures.
In a warning to the people, Collector Rajesh Narvekar stated that the citizens are still not serious about the COVID-19 crisis as people are still venturing out for jovial rides or casual talks.
He said that the administration is making relentless efforts to cripple the pandemic however the citizens are hell bent on defying prohibitory order despite repeated pleas from politicians as well as police.
He further said that several instances have been reported where the sleuths have been manhandled, and added that this unacceptable behaviour is intolerable.
If such situation and attitude continue, the administration will have no alternative but to seal the district so as to restrict the movements of people and vehicle, he asserted.
Still, if somebody is found defying the order, the individual will be kept under quarantine for 14 days, he mentioned.
Meanwhile, Navi Mumbai Police has given the deadline of April 9 to the Nizamuddin congregation returnees for coming forward and getting themselves diagnosed for the Coronavirus.
According to police, a large of number of people have returned to the city after attending the religious meet.
Post the deadline, criminal offenses will be booked against these persons under the Epidemic Diseases Act, stated DCP Suresh Mengde.
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