A fine of Rs 2.25 lakh has been imposed on a person of Indian origin in Singapore. This fine has been imposed on a 19-year-old youth for violating the COVID-19 protocol. This information was given in the news of local media. According to the report, the young man had broken the Corona rules last year by becoming ‘ Spiderman ‘. Due to this, a fine of 4000 Singapore dollars (2,25,992 Indian rupees) has been imposed on him.
According to the information, a day before the New Year last year, Kotra Venkata Sai Rohankrishna had arrived in the costume of ‘Spiderman’ at a party on the banks of the river. According to the news of ‘The Strait Times’ newspaper, he and three of his friends had attended a celebration at Clarke Quay to make a video for their YouTube channel. A few days later, he shared this video on YouTube. In this video, Rohankrishna was seen violating the COVID-19 rules.
Friends helped in making the video.
Rohankrishna has violated the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) (Control Order) Regulations 2020. Deputy Public Prosecutor Jeremy Bin told court documents that Rohankrishna’s two Chinese friends, Glaxi Lou Xuan Ming and Li Hern Tsing, and Akash, of Indian origin, helped him make the video. Bin said that Rohankrishna’s Spiderman costume attracted people. He did not even wear a mask during this celebration, which was the most important rule under the then applicable law.
Singapore is strict about COVID rules.
In Singapore, there is a provision for a fine of up to 10,000 Singapore dollars for violating the rules of COVID-19 and then being found guilty of it. Apart from this, one may also have to pay a jail term of 6 months or both under the law. Strict rules have been implemented in Singapore since the start of the Corona epidemic. However, along with reducing the COVID case, the rules have also been relaxed. But people are being told not to try to break the rules at all. Strict action has been taken against people in the country for breaking the rules of COVID in the past.