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Mobile court fines 26 people without masks in Barisal

Two mobile courts have been set up in Barisal city and one in Banaripara district to prevent corona infection. A fine of Tk 10,000 was levied from 8 companies for allowing 26 people without masks and people without masks to enter the shop.

On the other hand, a fine of Tk 10,000 has been levied from a bus for carrying extra passengers and collecting extra fare.
Executive Magistrate of the district administration Md. Md. Ali Shuja and Sharif said. Helal Uddin’s mobile court.

On the other hand, Executive Magistrate Nishat Sharmin conducted a mobile court at Banaripara Upazila Sadar of the district. During this time, the mobile court distributed free masks among the people without masks and encouraged the people to wear masks.

During the separate mobile court, a fine of Tk 10,000 was levied from 8 institutions for allowing 26 persons and people without masks to enter the shop for violating hygiene by walking around without a mask. A fine of Tk 10,000 was levied on a Mawa-bound BMF Paribahan bus at Nathullabad bus terminal in the city for transporting extra passengers and charging extra fare. The campaign will continue in the public interest, said the executive magistrate of the mobile court. Ali Shuja.

In the last 24 hours, 6,006 people have been identified in the country. Which is by far the highest record of corona identification in Bangladesh. At the same time, 53 people died in Corona in the country.

Additional Director General of the Department of Health, Professor on Sunday afternoon. This information was given in a press release signed by Nasima Sultana.
In the last 24 hours, 53 people have died in the country due to coronavirus. In the last 24 hours, 6,006 people have been identified in the country. Which is by far the highest record of corona identification in Bangladesh.

Additional Director General of the Department of Health, Professor on Sunday afternoon. This information was given in a press release signed by Nasima Sultana.
Concerned people are returning home with the announcement of a week-long lockdown from Monday. They are leaving the city and going to the village. Due to this a lot of crowd has been noticed in launches and buses. The bus was carrying one passenger in every two seats, but the launch was overcrowded.

For this reason, health rules including physical distance are not being protected at launch. But the launch fare is being collected at an increased rate. The movement of people inside the city has also increased. However, the district administration is monitoring the health rules everywhere, including the launch bus, officials said.

The government has announced a one-week lockdown from Monday. That is why people in the city are returning to the village. Someone is urgently needed. Due to these reasons, there has been a lot of crowd at the two bus terminals in Barisal and the launches and buses going to different destinations from the river port. From the city’s Nathullabad Central Bus Terminal and Rupatali Bus Terminal, buses to different destinations have one passenger seat in each of the two seats. Masks for bus passengers have been made mandatory. He is also taking bus fare from them at an increased rate. However, ordinary passengers complained that disinfectants were not being sprayed on the bus seats.
Momin Uddin Kalur, president of the Barisal-Patuakhali Mini Bus Owners’ Association, claimed that the bus was overcrowded due to the lockdown. He said they were maintaining health rules, including placing a passenger in two seats. He said all types of buses from Barisal would also be closed on Monday if traffic was stopped across the country due to the lockdown.

Meanwhile, launches leaving Barisal river port for various destinations have been seen to carry more passengers than before. Each launch left Taitumbu with passengers in a huddle. Due to this, the health rules including physical distance were not maintained in any of the launches. Even though it has taken more passengers than before, it is charging higher fares. It has been alleged that the launch crews are harassing the passengers in protest.

However, the officials and employees of the launch are not willing to give any statement in this regard.

Although the launch bus is being closely monitored to prevent overcrowding and to maintain health rules, including physical distance, the district administration’s mobile court executive magistrate said. Ali Shuja. He said legal action was being taken there in case of deviation from the official announcement.

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