Reacting to the development, Peoples Democratic Party president Mehbooba Mufti said it appears that Covid norms apply only to her party and not to the BJP.
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The protest march took place between Datta Nagar and Dombivali Sub Divisional office on Thursday and among those booked are MLA Ravindra Chavan, an official said.
Police said that the 12 TMC members were arrested for violating COVID restrictions by travelling after the imposition of night curfew at 7 pm.
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According to police, 2,500-3,000 people allegedly attended the event in Barshi on Sunday and many were seen without masks and violating the social distancing norms.
The state government has also decided to impose only night curfew from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. in all districts. All the commercial establishments have been asked to down shutters by 9 p.m.
The administration has asked traders to submit an action plan within three days for ensuring and adopting Covid appropriate behaviour.
The DDMA also directed that the market's association take all measures to ensure Covid-appropriate behaviour is followed and that this be done within a day from the order being issued.
The district administration suspended a patwari (local revenue officer) and panchayat secretary, while a police official was also line-attached (removed from field duty), other officials said.
In the video, some police personnel, including a female cop, were seen beating up the woman, pushing her down and dragging her by her hair.