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14,000 People Will Get Relief, Haryana Govt Will Withdraw FIR Registered During Corona Lockdown

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Chandigarh: Due to the Corona epidemic spread across the country, normal life had become disrupted. It took a long time for life to return to normal. Many rules and laws were implemented by the Haryana government to control COVID-19, yet people continued to violate those rules and laws. Due to this, FIR was registered against many people for violating the law during the lockdown.

FIR filed against people will be withdrawn

On Thursday i.e. 23 November 2023, the Haryana government announced that the FIR lodged against those violating the law during the time of Covid-19 will be canceled and 8275 cases registered during this period will be withdrawn. Giving information during this period, the CM said that a total of 14,217 people were arrested during the Corona period. Since then these cases are going on. These pending cases will be heard and the FIR lodged against the people will be withdrawn.

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FIR was lodged against violation of law

Under Section 144 of CRPC, it was announced that all the people of the state should wear masks and gather at one place collectively, but people kept violating the law issued by the government. Then the government took strict action and registered 1030 FIRs in Gurugram, 545 in Karnal, 565 in Faridabad, 814 in Jhajjar, 646 in Rohtak. Not only this, during the Corona epidemic, FIR was registered against a total of 14127 people. Who are going to get relief soon. 23 new cases of corona epidemic have been reported across the country on Wednesday. At the same time, the government is making anti-Covid-19 vaccine to control Corona. More than 22067 crore doses have been given so far.

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Publish Date: November 24, 2023

Posted By Sunil

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