Shajapur: The youth shopkeeper, however, cried foul over the Additional District Magistrate’s action and said the shutter of his shop was closed when the incident took place.
Shajapur: Additional Regional Magistrate Manjusha Roy slapped young people for opening a store in Madhya Pradesh in Shajapur in violation of the ongoing Covid-19 clock law imposed by the national government to curb the increase in coronavirus cases.
The youth shop owner, however, lamented the extra action by the Regional Magistrate and said that the door to his shop was closed at the time of the incident.
“The lid was on the bottom, and the police were still pulling. The ADM slapped me and the policeman even beat me with a stick, ”ANI quoted the shop owner as saying.
A video of the incident, which took place during the closure of stores as part of the Covid-19 closure guidelines, has been circulating on social media and networks questioning the size of the authorities using their power to enforce the law during the epidemic.
Note the incident, Madhya Pradesh Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar said action would be taken against the Extraordinary District Magistrate if necessary.
“I received information about the incident. ADM is not well behaved. If necessary, we will take action against the officer, ”said Parmar.
This comes as there have been a number of incidents and reported in recent weeks in some provinces with people complaining about a strong management situation while ensuring that Covid’s policies are adhered to during the epidemic.
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