entire country is facing the threat of coronavirus. In view of this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed for a public curfew on Sunday from 7 am to 9 pm . But on social media, various kinds of fake information and rumors are also being spread about the public curfew, allegedly by the police and administration.
In similar information going viral on social media, Delhi Police has been quoted saying that if a person found wandering in Delhi on Sunday without any major reason, opening a shop, then he was fined Rs 11 thousand. Will go. The Delhi Police has denied the viral message as fake.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) South Delhi: We have spotted this fake notice being circulated purportedly issued by Delhi Police. We have not issued any such advisory on imposition of a fine on March 22. Please tell your family&friends that this is false & fake. pic.twitter.com/3z1NulG15c
— ANI (@ANI) March 21, 2020
The Deputy Commissioner of Police of South Delhi took the message going viral and said, ‘We have seen this fake notice which is being told that it is issued by Delhi Police Have done We have not issued any such advisory for March 22 that the penalty will be imposed. Please tell your family and friends that this message is false and fake. ‘