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COVID-19: Two more villages declared Red Zones in Bandipora
32 persons completed quarantine period in Sub-Division Uri
4/7/2020 10:52:51 PM
S TAHIR-UL HAQ
Early Times Report

BANDIPORA, Apr 7: Two more villages in Bandipora district were declared as Red Zones and their surrounding villages as buffer zones to prevent the spread of corona virus after two persons from these villages were declared COVID-19 positive in past two days.
The two villages that were declared as Red Zones include Gund-Jehangeer and Naidkha village of Bandipora district.
Earlier this week, six villages including Konan, Gund Qaiser, Gund-Dachina, Hakbara, Madwan and Pethkote were declared Red Zones in the district.
On Tuesday evening Deputy Commissioner Bandipora, Shahbaz Ahmad Mirza issued an order stating that it has become imperative to initiate restrictive measures under section 144 CrPC for immediate prevention of danger to human life, health and safety in view of two positive cases reported from these two villages.
According to the directions passed by the District Magistrate, there shall be no movement of any individual for any reason whatsoever permitted into and out of these villages.
"However for any medical emergency, individuals can contact on 24x7 Control Room on 01957-225024 or 01957-225323," order reads.
DC Bandipora also directed the law enforcing agencies to implement the prohibitory orders in letter and spirit to save human lives.
He warned of strict action against the violators of the order under section 188 IPC and other relevant provisions of Epidemic Disease Act 1897 and the Disaster Management Act 2005.
DC Bandipora appealed the general public to cooperate with the administration and ensure strict adherence to the order as the non-compliance shall constitute criminal offence and attract strict actions.
He said the district administration has put in place a mechanism to ensure uninterrupted supplies and deliveries of essential services to the general public of the district.
He said essential commodities will be home-delivered to residents as part of this mechanism.
Meanwhile, sources from Uri area of north Kashmir's Baramulla district said that, as many as 32 persons were allowed to go home on Tuesday after they completed their quarantine period in JNV Shahkote of Sub Division Uri.
Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) Uri, Thesiladr Boniyar, BMO Uri, SHO Boniyar, Duty Magistrate, Quarantine Magistrates Mushtaq Ahmad and Ashiq Ahmad were present on the occasion, sources told Early Times.
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