Forty-one folks, together with the proprietor of a restaurant, had been arrested for allegedly violating social distancing norms by partying at a restaurant in outer Delhi’s Paschim Vihar space amid the coronavirus pandemic, police mentioned on Monday.
A raid was performed by police on Sunday evening after a constable who was patrolling within the space noticed autos parked outdoors the cafe and heard loud noises coming from the home, they mentioned.
When a police workforce went to examine, they discovered that the proprietor of the cafe, Tanway Singhal, was serving providing liquor to 40 folks, together with 25 girls, who had been discovered partying inside and violating social distancing norms, a senior police officer mentioned.
They had been consuming liquor and smoking hookah on the cafe. The police workforce seized all wine, beer and hookahs from the spot, he mentioned.
Singhal was serving liquor to folks with out a license, the officer mentioned.
Deputy Commissioner of Police (Outer) A Koan mentioned 41 folks, together with Singhal, had been arrested.
“They had been booked beneath sections of the Epidemic Illness Act and the Indian Penal Code. Later, 40 folks had been launched. Singhal has been additionally booked for violating the Excise Act and was produced earlier than the court docket,” he mentioned.
Per week in the past, the same incident had taken place at a restaurant in Paschim Vihar the place police arrested 31 folks for allegedly partying and consuming hookah and liquor. The restaurant proprietor and his brother had been arrested.
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