Actor brothers Arbaaz Khan and Sohail Khan, and the latter’s son Nirvaan Khan, had been booked by the Mumbai Police on Monday for allegedly violating the COVID-19 institutional quarantine norms, civic and police officers stated.
The Khan trio was requested to remain at a resort in suburban Bandra after they returned to Mumbai from the UAE within the penultimate week of December final 12 months as per tips, however they went to their houses as an alternative, a civic official stated.
The case was registered towards them underneath part 188 (Disobedience to order duly promulgated by public servant) and 269 (Negligent act prone to unfold an infection of illness) of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) and underneath provisions of the Epidemic Ailments Act, a Khar police station official stated.
As per the Commonplace Working Procedures (SOP) of the Brihanmumbai Municipal Company (BMC), passengers coming back from counties in Europe and the Center East should keep in institutional quarantine for seven days in view of the detection of the brand new pressure of coronavirus within the UK.
In his assertion submitted in Khar police station in Mumbai, Dr. Sanjay Funde, a medical officer of H/West ward, stated that he acquired data on Monday that Arbaaz, Sohail and Nirvaan had returned from Dubai however did not go to institutional quarantine.
Dr. Funde and Bandra police officers then reached Sohail Khan’s residence on Nargis Dutt Street in Bandra.
They had been informed by Sohail Khan that he and Arbaaz Khan had returned from Dubai on December 25 whereas Nirvaan Khan flew again on December 30, a police official stated quoting Dr Funde’s assertion.
Sohail Khan additionally informed BMC officers that they’d booked rooms in a five-star resort in Bandra for quarantine keep, however determined to go residence after their exams on the Mumbai airport confirmed that they weren’t contaminated with coronavirus, the official stated.