STATE TIMES NEWS SAMBA: Despite lockdown orders in Samba District, people came out of their homes in large numbers, while administration and police were constantly asking the people to stay at home and use masks and sanitizers to avoid corona virus disease. Some people came out of their homes to buy essential items but some came out for no reason. At Tapyal, the entrance to District Samba, only those vehicles were allowed to enter by police who were sick or there was some other emergency else the vehicles were driven back. After lock-down order, two shops were found opened in Ghagwal. The SHO Ghagwal brought the shopkeepers to the police station for taking action against them and said that whoever is found to violate the Lockdown order strict action will be taken against him.
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