No Mask, No Service: A good initiative of Tehzeeb Bakery in Islamabad

According to the report of Baaghi TV, a good move by Tehzeeb Bakery, in Islamabad has come to light.

Deputy Commissioner Islamabad has shared a photo on social networking site, Twitter, in which tribute has been paid to Tehzeeb Bakery for refusing to serve customers without masks.

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It should be noted, that a fine of Rs 3,000 will be imposed for not wearing a mask in the federal capital Islamabad, for which a notification has been issued in this regard.

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Section 144 has been enacted in the federal capital Islamabad for non-application of face masks. Those who do not comply will be fined. Applicable to mosques, bazaars, shopping malls, public transport, rail and air travel.

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A notification in this regard has been issued by the Deputy Commissioner Islamabad. Assistant Commissioners and Magistrates will take action against those who do not wear face masks. Violators will be fined, magistrates will be able to impose fines of up to Rs 3,000, violators can be sent to jail under section 188 penalties.

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