Raigarh

Youth was trying to escape from Quarantine Center in Raigad, case registered

Youth was trying to escape from Quarantine Center in Raigad, case registered

Additional SP of Raigarh, Abhishek Verma said that on the complaint of Panchayat Secretary Gajanand Patel, a case of violation of Section 188 of IPC has been registered against accused Roshan Nirala.

 

Raigad After Bilaspur district of Chhattisgarh, there has been a ruckus in a quarantine center in Raigarh. The quarantined youth tried to escape from the center. The village panchayat secretary complained about the matter to the Pusaur police. After the complaint, the police has registered a case against the accused youth. It is being told that the young man also had a dispute over food in the quarantine center. On the 19th, the young man was brought to the Quarantine Center in Raigarh with the family. In this whole case, Additional SP of Raigarh, Abhishek Verma said that on the complaint of Panchayat Secretary Gajanand Patel, a case of violation of Section 188 of IPC has been registered against accused Roshan Nirala.

Controversy over food

According to the information received, the young man and his family had returned from Janjgir district a few days ago. After this, everyone was ordered to stay in the quarantine. First the family was not considered, then after the explanation, his family along with the young man was brought to the Quarantine Center in Pusaur, Raigad. On the morning of May 19, the village sarpanch Lilaram reached the Quarantine Center to give them food. On giving food, the young man made a ruckus and refused to eat.

For a long time, he disputed in the Quarantine Center and said that the government should not follow the rules. On the night of 19 May, the accused youth also tried to escape from the quarantine center. As soon as the information of the incident was received, the Panchayat Secretary gave a written application to the Pusaur police station. After taking action, the police registered a case against the accused youth.

 

38 crimes registered across the state

38 cases have now been filed for lockdown, quarantine violation and information hiding. Police have registered 38 crimes in the last 24 hours in Raipur for lock-down, quarantine violations and hiding information till 20 May. There is 1 in Dhamtari, 1 in Mahasamund, 1 in Durg, 2 in Bilaspur, 22 in Mungeli, 1 in Korba, 1 in Raigad, 1 in Janjgir Champa, 5 in Gorella Pendra Marwahi, 1 in Sarguja, 1 in Bastar and Sukma. 1 offense has been registered.




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