At least 790 persons were arrested for violating the curfew along with over 150 vehicles in several areas of the country so far, the police said.
Police said 154 vehicles including motorcycles and three wheelers were also taken into the custody during the period.
Yes, people must do their shopping. Something this government did not think about. Their dishes are filled with everything but the poor people buy satori day
Kabeer Sunday, 22 March 2020 06:47 PM
Please fine them 50000. And jail them not obeying rules. And trying to put people in danger
Aam Sunday, 22 March 2020 06:52 PM
PLEASE PUBLISH THE PICTURES OF VIOLATOR OR HAND OVER TO DISTRACT POLICE STATION OR GRAMA SEVAKA THAN WE CAN TSKE IT AND PUBLISH TEMPLE,CHURCH OR MOSQUE. AFTERWARD OUR AUTHORITIES TAKE CAN ACTION THAT MEANS THEIR FAMILY(PARENTS,SISTERS AND BROTHERS ) QUARANTINE ENTERING THE ABOVE. Punishment from villagers.
Sa Sunday, 22 March 2020 08:48 PM
Take the parents too punish them.
Paala Monday, 23 March 2020 06:48 AM
People of some areas not used to follow government curfew instructions, punish few severely ,then others will automatically follow rules
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