New Delhi. In Delhi, the sealing of a club has come to light due to breach of the Covid Protocol. Delhi Police have sealed a club in Mehrauli, South Delhi, after violating the Kovid protocol. Not only that, the Delhi Police has filed a case under the Epidemic Act and Sections 188 and 279 in this regard. This club is very famous in Delhi and it often has parties.
In fact, police and Mehrauli district magistrates were involved in a late night action at the club, located in the country’s capital, South Delhi, for violating the Covid protocol. At that time, there were 600 people found in the police operation. At the same time, the Kovid protocol applied in Delhi was blown up at this time. That is why the club has been sealed.
The name of the Diablo Club
The club that was sealed by the Delhi Police and the district magistrate of the area is called Diablo. It is a very famous club in South Delhi as well as in the capital. Meanwhile, the Mehrauli police team carried out the operation late on Thursday night and not only was there a crowd at this time, but also the Kovid protocol was not being observed. Later the police sealed it.
The DDMA has issued the order in the wake of the growing number of Omicron cases
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Wednesday directed the district magistrates not to hold any gatherings in the capital for Christmas and New Year celebrations in the wake of the threat of spread of coronavirus and Omicron infection. According to the DDMA order, restaurants and bars with 50 per cent capacity are allowed to open. Wedding related ceremonies can be arranged in the presence of a maximum of 200 people. The DDMA order said, “All social, political, cultural, religious and festive gatherings are prohibited in the National Capital Territory of Delhi.” All District Magistrates and DCPs will ensure that no cultural events, gatherings and gatherings will be held in the National Capital Region of Delhi to celebrate Christmas or New Year.
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