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Tuesday, April 13, 2021

    Two Youth Try To Escape Quarantine In Sonari

    The police apprehended them before they could manage to escape the area

    Two youths who were quarantined in Sonari allegedly tried to escape from the centre on Sunday.

    The two youth have been identified as Rajkumar Orang and Karan Boge. Both of them came from Gujarat recently

    They are from Sapekhati and they tried to take advantage of the “isolation” of the quarantine centre.

    However, they were apprehended by the police within an hour of them eloping.

    It needs to be mentioned that the state government have announced that people under quarantine will receive all sorts of facilities including a proper died and the cost of these will be met by the government. No one has to pay anything at the quarantine centres.


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