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Maharashtra: Two days in Mumbai to impose Article 144 over Omicron and law and order threats

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Violators will be punished in accordance with section 188 of the Indian Criminal Code and other legal provisions, the ruling said.
In connection with the steady increase in Maharashtra cases in Omicron, Mumbai introduced section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) on December 11 and 12. Rally and protest marches involving people and vehicles are banned while a restraining order is in effect in Mumbai. This order, issued by the Deputy Director of Police Operations, is valid for 48 hours on Saturdays and Sundays.
“is issued to prevent the life-threatening risks posed by the new strain of Omicron COVID19 and the threat to law and order amid the violence in Amravati, Malegaon and Nandede,” it said. Violators of
will be punished in accordance with section 188 of the Indian Criminal Code and other legal provisions, the judgment said.
Meanwhile, Maharashtra has reported seven new cases of COVID-19 for the Omicron strain, including a 3-year-old infant from Mumbai and four from the Pimpri Chinchwad Municipal Corporation, bringing the statewide count to 17.
4. Three men, aged 48, 25 and 37 years, who returned from Tanzania, the United Kingdom and South Africa respectively, and four patients were contacts of a Nigerian woman who contracted the new strain on December 6th.
Out of 7 patients, 4 were asymptomatic and 3 were mild.
Of these new cases, 4 were fully vaccinated, 1 had a single dose of COVID-19, and 1 was unvaccinated. The child is not subject to vaccination.

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