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‘I am enemy of the society; I would not stay home’: Rajasthan police hands over pamphlets to lockdown violators

As there is a complete lockdown in many states including Rajasthan, the police are staffed at places to ensure no one is seen roaming around. Check out the pics!

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Pandemic coronavirus has let to complete lockdown in various parts of the nation as the number of cases continues to rise in India. The number of confirmed cases has crossed 400 mark with 8 deaths.

As there is a complete lockdown in many states including Rajasthan, the police are staffed at places to ensure no one is seen roaming around. But the violaters seize to exist in everywhere.

To embarrass the violators amid the ongoing distressing situation going on, Rajasthan police handed over pamphlets to the lockdown violators which says ‘I am enemy of the society; I would not stay home’

Here are a few images of the violators with the pamphlets:

 

For the uninitiated, three new persons were tested positive of coronavirus in Rajasthan which included one each from Bhilwara, Jhunjhunu and Jodhpur thereby taking the total positive cases in the state to 28 (with three people cured), said additional chief secretary Rohit Kumar Singh.

Total 50 samples were tested from Jhunjhunu out of which four tested positives, and out of 69 samples tested from Bhilwara, 13 have tested positive so far.

Overall, the state summary says that a total of 1027 samples were tested out of which 28 tested positive while 936 tested negative.

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