COVID-19 in Navi Mumbai: Nerul ward takes action against 3 establishments in MIDC for violating curfew norms

07:06 PM May 05, 2021 | Amit Srivastava

The Nerul ward office took action against three establishments for violating the COVID 19 norms. The ward office also collected Rs 64,000 as fines from them. The actions were taken in the MIDC industrial area where more than 15 percent of capacity employees were present.

Under per the Maharashtra government's mission Break the Chain, certain guidelines and restrictions have been issued and action is being taken against the violators. On Wednesday, Dattatray Nagre, Assistant Commissioner of Nerul ward along with and his staff made surprise visit at three establishments and found them violating the norms. The team took action and recovered a fine of Rs 64,000.


R 2 Ventures, located at the second floor of Reliance Fresh Mart in Nerul was fined as there were 35 employees of the company present while only 15 percent are allowed in IT related works. A fine of Rs 10,000 was recovered from the company.


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Similarly, a Financial Service in the same building was found with 8 employees without the facemasks. A total of Rs. 4000 was recovered as against Rs. 500 each.

Also, Atamburg Technology Pvt. Ltd. at Shivajinagar MIDC. Ltd was fined Rs 50,000 as they had more than 15 percent employees in the office. There were 185 employees in the office.

While implementing the curfew norms effectively, the civic body has appealed to the industry groups and establishments to strictly abide by the curfew rules and work within the limits imposed by the government order.

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