Delhi Police Taking Fine

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Delhi Govt Collects Rs 1 Crore Fine From COVID-19 Violators

The Delhi Government collected a fine of Rs 1,00,15,300 fine from COVID-19 norms violators. The huge fine was collected on January 2, in a total of 5,066 cases including 735 from North Delhi and 647 from Central Delhi. The updated information was confirmed by a bulletin, released by the Delhi Government. In addition, the COVID-19 and Omicron situation is worsening with the highest cases in Delhi. 

Mon, 03 Jan 2022 - 08:00 PM / by Varsha Joshi

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