Rampal fined on third day of lockdown, television confiscated

Munawar Rony, Staff Reporter On the third day of the ongoing lockdown in Bagerhat, four people have been fined in a mobile court raid in Rampal. Upazila Nirbahi Officer Md Kabir Hossain imposed the fines on mobile courts in different parts of the upazila from 3pm on Saturday. During this time, two televisions were also seized by raiding tea shops

Rampal Upazila Nirbahi Officer and Executive Magistrate Md Kabir Hossain said, “A mobile court has fined four people for violating the official announcement while monitoring the lockdown situation in Rampal Sadar, Shrifaltala, Islamabad Gilatla, Chakshri, Faylahat and Gaurambha Bazar of the upazila.” Two televisions have been seized from the area, while coronavirus control masks have also been distributed. They have been warned to abide by the hygiene rules and government orders

Uno added that the Rampal upazila administration is always working to implement the lockdown announced by the government to control the coronavirus. Distribution of health care, corona awareness, people are being instructed not to go out unnecessarily. On the other hand, Rampal Police OC Mohammad Samsuddin is monitoring various important points and markets in the upazila and instructing the people to follow the government instructions.


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