Rs 1.34 crore fine for COVID-19 violations collected in MP's Jabalpur
The 'Roko-Toko' campaign seeks stopping and admonishing those people not wearing masks at public places as COVID-19 infection again spreads through the state
An amount of over Rs 1.34 crore has been collected in Madhya Pradesh's Jabalpur district alone in fines slapped on people violating the COVID-19 protocols under the 'Roko-Toko' campaign launched by the state government.
The 'Roko-Toko' campaign seeks stopping and admonishing those people not wearing masks at public places as COVID-19 infection again spreads through the state.
According to information on Saturday, a fine of Rs 26,235 had been charged as penalty from 209 persons found violating the government prescribed COVID-19 guidelines. Under the 'Roko Toko' campaign, total fines of Rs 1,34,31,963 had been collected from 1,20,868 violators in the district.
Also, 113 shops flouting COVID-19 protocols have been sealed.
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