These five are members of the ‘Bavdhan Yatra Sanyojan Samiti’ that organises the ‘Bavdhan Yatra’ in Wai in Satara, some 230 kilometers from the metropolis
Five individuals were reserved in Satara in Maharashtra for damaging social separating rules set up to handle the coronavirus episode by arranging a strict occasion on March 13 in which more than 5,000 individuals took an interest, police said on Sunday.
These five are individuals from the ‘Bavdhan Yatra Sanyojan Samiti’ that sorts out the ‘Bavdhan Yatra’ in Wai in Satara, somewhere in the range of 230 kilometers from the city. “Notwithstanding a request by the gatherer prohibiting such social affairs taking into account the novel coronavirus flare-up, they felt free to arrange the yatra in which more than 5,000 individuals from various pieces of the state participated,” Satara Superintendent of Police Tejaswini Satpute told PTI.
Police distinguished them as Rajendra Abaji Bhosle (president), Deepak Dilip Nanaware (VP), Ankush Jagannath Kumbhar (secretary), Sachin Appaso Bhosle (treasurer) and Sambhaji Shivaji Dabhade (part).
An authority said they have been reserved under area 188 (noncompliance of a request appropriately declared by a local official) of the IPC and segment 153 of the Maharashtra Police
Act, yet no captures have been made up ’til now.