High court orders fines to be levied on those who walk around without masks at rallies, Rs 6.50 crore should be recovered in Rajkot

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According to media reports, a bench of Chief Justice Vikramanath and Justice JB Pardiwala immediately monitored the hearing of the petition and warned the government to take action on the matter.

The Gujarat High Court on Tuesday expressed concern over the irresponsible behavior of the people and leaders as well as the violation of social distance in the Corona era. The state high court has ordered the government to take stern action against any political activist, leader who does not wear a mask and follow social distances, and levy fines.

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According to media reports, a bench of Chief Justice Vikramanath and Justice JB Pardiwala immediately monitored the hearing of the petition and warned the government to take action on the matter. Also, the court also wanted to know why the government did not take any action against the leaders who rallied.

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For information, let us tell you that corona is being spit on in Gujarat and fines are being levied in public places to prevent infection. According to the information received, a maximum fine of Rs 6.50 crore has been collected from 1,51,69699 people in Rajkot. The High Court said it was a very large amount. The court believes that the government will use it appropriately.

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