By: Express News Service | Mumbai |
Published: August 20, 2020 3:12:07 am
However, the tweet acquired loads of criticism on social media.(Twitter@MumbaiPolice)
The Mumbai Police late on Tuesday, by their official Twitter deal with, warned individuals from stepping exterior for any non-essential function.
They additionally threatened to seize their vehicles in the event that they had been discovered shifting with none allow.
The tweet learn, “Strict legal action will be taken and vehicles will be seized if any non-permitted & non-essential vehicular movement is noticed. This is not just against the rules but also not in favour of your own safety, at this crucial moment in Mumbai’s fight against #COVID19.”
Strict authorized motion can be taken and vehicles can be seized if any non-permitted & non-essential vehicular motion is observed. This isn’t just against the principles but additionally not in favour of your individual security, at this significant second in Mumbai’s struggle against #COVID19
— Mumbai Police (@MumbaiPolice) August 18, 2020
However, the tweet acquired loads of criticism on social media.
An individual tweeted, “@MumbaiPolice @CMOMaharashtra Are people allowed to go out and earn their livelihood or are you asking more people to commit suicide even after 5 months of lockdown. We are really confused even after complete unlock for what reasons are, we taking legal actions. Please clarify.”
“Why not act against people moving around everywhere in the city without masks? Have not seen the #MumbaiPolice acting against such offenders yet. Impounding vehicles which have occupants wearing masks is high handedness! This is discrimination. Address the real threat instead!” learn one other tweet.
Many twitter customers appeared confused asking Mumbai Police and the Maharashtra Government to make clear additional, whereas many puzzled if going to malls or out of Mumbai was against the regulation.
“Is shopping considered essential? Because malls are open under govt order. Do we need to take permit to travel to malls?” one other twitter person requested.
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