They were all booked under various sections of the IPC, including 143 (Unlawful Assembly), 341 (Wrongful restraint), 269 (negligence likely to spread infection of any disease and 285 (negligent conduct), police said.
Karnataka Bengaluru Coronavirus News August 25 Highlights: The Bengaluru police Monday arrested two men after they shot at a real-estate businessman in his office in KR Puram on Saturday night and attempted to kill him.
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These requirements so far included registration of people coming into Karnataka on a state portal, medical check-up at border posts, bus and train stations, district-level screening, hand-stamping, 14-day quarantine, isolation and testing. (PTI)
The Karnataka government on Monday withdrew all inter-state and intra-state travel restrictions imposed to check the Covid-19 crisis, including the mandatory 14-day home quarantine for asymptomatic people coming in from other states.
Mandatory requirements for travellers entering Karnataka will be “discontinued henceforth”, an order issued by state Health Secretary Jawaid Akhtar on Monday stated.
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