On the fourth day of the severe lockdown, the upazila administration was in a strict position as people were forced to follow the hygiene rules in the field on Sunday. Executive officers in the upazilas run cases and impose fines through mobile courts. He also forbade people to leave their homes unnecessarily.
The Patia correspondent said the mobile court had imposed a fine of Tk 1,350 on the fourth day of the severe lockdown for wandering in Patia without a mask. The fines were imposed in nine separate cases between Aceland and UNO from Sunday morning to afternoon. Patia Upazila Nirbahi Officer Faisal Ahmed and Patia Assistant Commissioner (Land) Nilufa Yasmin led the operation in separate raids. According to mobile court sources, Corona has issued a government notification from July 1 to deal with the infection. On the fourth day of the lockdown, Upazila Nirbahi Officer Faisal Ahmed and Patia Assistant Commissioner (Land) Nilufa Yasmin conducted separate raids in Haidgaon and bus station areas of the upazila. Executive Magistrate and Assistant Commissioner (Land) of Patiya Mobile Court Nilufa Yasmin said a fine of Tk 1,350 was imposed in two raids on the fourth day of the lockdown. The campaign will continue.
The Hathazari representative said that on the fourth day of the ongoing strict lockdown, regular mobile court raids were conducted in the upazila on Sunday. Hathazari Model Police Station and RAB members were present at the time. Legal action was taken against those who disobeyed the instructions in strict lockdown. A total of Tk 9,300 was fined to 35 people in 35 cases yesterday. Among the convicts, a hotel owner was fined Rs. Besides, various motorcycles, CNG and private cars were also checked and fined. In order to give utmost importance to the observance of hygiene in the dire situation of Corona, miking and verbal campaigns were conducted for the general public. Upazila Assistant Commission (Land) Sharif Ullah told media that the mobile court operation will continue in the coming days of the lockdown.
The Rangunia representative said the administration had taken a tough stance on the fourth day of the lockdown in Rangunia to force it to comply with the lockdown. There were police check posts at different entrances of the upazila. People have to face police interrogation as soon as they go out on the streets or have to pay fines in the hands of a mobile court. Executive Magistrate and Assistant Commissioner (Land) of the mobile court Rajib Chowdhury has been conducting raids in different areas of the upazila since yesterday morning. He has been fined Tk 2,000 in 6 cases for violating the ban. At that time a team of RAB-7 assisted in running the court. Thus, in the last four days, fines of lakhs of rupees have been collected in mobile court raids in different areas of Rangunia. A special police patrol team, two mobile magistrate teams of the upazila administration and the latest RAB patrol team have been working on the lockdown in Rangunia for four days. However, despite the strict lockdown in the main road area due to the activities of the administration, a different picture has been seen in the alleys of Ganj in different villages of the upazila. In the afternoon, visiting the Kodala tea garden area of the upazila, it is seen that the common people are wandering in their minds. People have come on motorbikes from far and wide. Many have even been seen hanging out with family. Among these people who came to visit, the mask was far from being a health problem. The same situation has been seen, even after visiting the Buchakra market of Shilak Union. Most of the shops in the market were open. I think you are sitting and chatting like that. Although the law enforcement personnel came to these places and ran away during the lockdown operation, the same situation was seen again when they returned. It has been learned that on the fourth day of the lockdown, people have been wandering in different villages of the upazila without following the lockdown. Upazila Executive Officer (UNO) said. Masudur Rahman said that the administration is trying its best to make the lockdown effective. Even fines are being levied. However, he said that the general public should be aware of the co-operation and implementation of government directives through joint efforts.
The Bandarban representative said that the severe lockdown in Bandarban has brought down the stagnation in public life. Compared to the sample test, the detection rate in Bandarban is very alarming at around 50%. The administration has imposed restrictions on the implementation of government directives. A team of 16 mobile courts led by the executive magistrate of the district administration and members of the army, BGB and police are also on patrol. The army is in the hills in the local hat-bazaars including Bandarban Bazar. Law enforcers are chasing whenever they see people gathering and moving around unnecessarily. More than one team of the army is carrying out a precautionary campaign against the hand mike Kovid-19 with vehicles. 16 mobile court teams led by executive magistrates are conducting operations at the intersections of internal connecting roads including the entrance of the district headquarters. In the meantime, 61 cases have been filed under various sections and fines of more than half a lakh rupees have been levied against those who disobeyed government instructions in the lockdown. Meanwhile, the number of Kovid-19 victims is also increasing in Bandarban district. In the last 24 incidents, 9 more corona patients have been identified in Bandarban. Among them 5 in Sadar and 2 in Naikhyangchhari and 2 in Lama. The total number of identified patients is eleven hundred and seventeen. So far 5 people have died due to corona.
The Naikhyangchhari representative said that on the 4th day of the lockdown in Naikhyangchhari, the police, BGB and army had tight security. Even then, some shopkeepers kept the shop open from time to time with the help of security forces. As a result, these shopkeepers had to pay the fines of the mobile court. Assistant Commissioner (Land) Ashraful Haque raided Baishari Bazar of the upazila at 12:30 pm yesterday and fined four shopkeepers for keeping their shops open during the lockdown. The shopkeepers include Bidhan Chandra Dhar, Machiningnu Marma, Rumi Chak and Nurul Hakim. Each of them was fined Tk 300 and a total of Tk 1,200. Assistant Commissioner (Land) Ashraful Haque said they were fined for the first time for disobeying orders during the lockdown. In the future, both jail terms will be imposed on those who disobey the order.
According to the Banshkhali representative, the mobile court was run by the upazila administration Banshkhali with the help of police and army to ensure that the lockdown was effective and hygiene was observed. Under the Infectious Diseases (Prevention, Control and Eradication) Act-2017, 12 cases were filed and a fine of Tk 3,600 was levied. Two mobile teams north and south of Banshkhali led by Upazila Nirbahi Officer Saiduzzaman Chowdhury and Upazila Assistant Commissioner Bhumi Mohammad Mazharul Islam Chowdhury conducted the mobile court. Upazila Nirbahi Officer Saiduzzaman Chowdhury said that the fine was imposed for disobeying the lockdown and driving out. He urged everyone to stay at home to keep them safe. Meanwhile, on the fourth day of the lockdown in Lohagara, a mobile court imposed a fine of Tk 8,350 in 18 cases. The operation was conducted in different areas of the upazila on Sunday morning. Upazila Assistant Commissioner (Land) and Executive Magistrate led the campaign. Khorshed Alam Chowdhury. With the Bangladesh Army 10 Infantry Division Alikadam 26 hero Captain. Nadim Mustafa, SI Dulal Barai of the police station and Samir Chowdhury of the land office. According to the executive magistrate, 18 people have been fined Tk 8,350 under section 24 of the Prevention of Infection Act 2018 for disobeying the ongoing lockdown and moving out of the house unnecessarily. Besides, various activities have been conducted to make people go home.
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