thinda, March 31
The police have booked a former SAD councillor, Gurmeet Kaur, for violating the curfew orders as she roamed out of her house without a pass.
According to a complaint lodged by Constable Bhola Singh, she roamed in her area without any curfew pass or permission and violated Section 144 of the IPC.
SSP Dr Nanak Singh said a case had been registered against her as she was roaming with 10 to 15 women in her area without any pass or permission. He said strict action would be taken against the violators.
It is learnt that on Monday, she had alleged poor distribution of ration in her ward. Earlier, former SAD councillor Harjinder Shinda was also booked for spreading rumours on social media regarding relaxation in the curfew. The Maur police have also booked four persons for defying the curfew orders. The suspects have been identified as Harinder Kumar of Mansa, Palwinder Singh and Pargat Singh of Burj Mansa and Vicky of Sandoha.
A case under Sections 188 and 270 of the IPC has been registered against them. However, they have been released on bail. — TNS
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