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Updated Thu, 19 Nov 2020 02:33 PM IST

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The Corona Wars epidemic has taken a terrible shape in the country’s capital, Delhi. A new record is made in 24 hours in the case of death due to infection. A maximum of 131 people died in a single day on Wednesday. On Thursday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a press conference. In this, he informed about the strict steps taken by the government. He told that now people not wearing masks in the capital will be fined two thousand rupees. Till now the fine amount was 500 rupees. He said that this decision has been taken with the Lieutenant Governor.

Fines of 2 thousand will be imposed for not wearing masks
Those who do not wear masks in public places in Delhi will now have to pay a fine of two thousand rupees. It was announced by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday. He said that earlier there was a fine of Rs 500, but many people are still not wearing masks. That is why we are increasing the amount of fine to two thousand rupees.

This appeal regarding Chhath
Chief Minister Kejriwal said that we want people to celebrate Chhath festival with great pomp but not in public places. He said that many state governments have banned it. We also want the corona not spread so you are requested to celebrate Chhath festival at home.

The Corona Wars epidemic has taken a terrible shape in the country’s capital, Delhi. A new record is made in 24 hours in the case of death due to infection. A maximum of 131 people died in a single day on Wednesday. On Thursday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal held a press conference. In this, he informed about the strict steps taken by the government. He informed that now those who do not wear masks in the capital will be fined two thousand rupees. Till now the fine amount was 500 rupees. He said that this decision has been taken with the Lieutenant Governor.

Fines of 2 thousand will be imposed for not wearing masks

Those who do not wear masks in public places in Delhi will now have to pay a fine of two thousand rupees. It was announced by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday. He said that earlier there was a fine of Rs 500, but many people are still not wearing masks. That is why we are increasing the amount of fine to two thousand rupees.

This appeal regarding Chhath
Chief Minister Kejriwal said that we want people to celebrate Chhath festival with great pomp but not in public places. He said that many state governments have banned it. We also want the corona to not spread, so you are requested to celebrate Chhath festival at home.




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