Rawalpindi: During operations in several marketplaces, Assistant Commissioner Cantonment Nosheen Israr shut six stores and issued a punishment of Rs. 10,000 for violating Covid-19 SOPs.
The stores on Bank Road have been closed, according to a spokeswoman for the district administration. Saleem Butt, a Special Magistrate, accompanied her. During the operation against rule breakers, notices were also posted to the establishments that had been sealed.
According to the spokesperson, the DC has instructed assistant commissioners and magistrates to stay in the field and verify that the SOPs and other preventative measures issued by the government to control the spread of coronavirus are strictly followed. He said that the government had begun a crackdown on anyone who disobeyed SOPs.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) Rawalpindi Mohammad Ali conducted a Khuli Kutchery at his office on Monday and gave directives to the agencies responsible on citizen complaints, instructing them to fix the people’ concerns as soon as feasible.
Senior citizens’ issues are being addressed on a priority basis, according to the DC. He gave instructions to the authorities in charge of resolving the revenue concerns of 12 applicants. He said that he personally listens to all of the residents’ issues that come to his office, and that instructions are made to the authorities in charge of resolving them.