Mumbai: Two flyers booked for escaping from lodge quarantine | Mumbai Information

MUMBAI: Two flyers, who have been quarantined at Seven Olive Lodge in Mumbai’s Sakinaka region, fled on Tuesday.
The travellers had landed at Chhatrapati Shivaji Intercontinental Airport (CSIA) on April 2.
A situation was registered with the Sakinaka police versus Imran Surve and Fahid Antule just after a Brihanmumbai Municipal Company (BMC) formal carried out a shock check at the lodge.
The formal will be initiating an motion against the resort administration for violating the policies and not informing the civic human body soon after the two flyers fled.
The duo was place less than quarantine just after they returned from the Center East.
“The duo has been booked below sections 188 and 269 of the IPC and section 3 of Epidemic Disorders Act,” said a police officer.
A law enforcement officer also claimed that they had been not educated that the flyers had been quarantined at the resort until the two escaped.
As for every the government guidelines, all those flying from the Center East and Europe have to quarantine them selves for 7 times in a resort and a different seven days at home.
Assistant municipal commissioner Manish Walunju said, “Our workforce had gone to examine the resort on Tuesday and identified the two flyers have been missing. The hotel need to have also held a observe of them and not permitted them to escape quarantine. Therefore it was made a decision to initiate action versus the flyers and file a police criticism even though action would be taken towards the hotel beneath the epidemic act.”
Walunju claimed that the accused travellers have been traced and a police criticism will be lodged from them.