FIR Against Salman Khan Brothers Sohail & Arbaaz Khan / Mumbai. The BMC has lodged an FIR against Salman Khan’s brothers and nephews. There are allegations against Salman Khan’s brother Arbaaz Khan, Sohail Khan and Sohail’s son that they have violated COVID-19 rules by misleading the administration.
It is being told that Bollywood actor (Bollywood Actor) Salman Khan’s two brothers Arbaaz Khan (Arbaaz Khan), Sohail Khan (Sohail Khan) and Sohail Khan’s son returned to Mumbai from Dubai on 25 December. After his return, he was to be quarantined as per rules. For which he told the officials about the quarantine at Hotel Taj and the booking there. But instead of being quarantined in the hotel, everyone went to their home.
Taking the matter seriously, BMC officials have lodged an FIR against Arbaaz Khan, Sohail Khan and Sohail Khan’s son for violating the rules of COVID-19.
14 day quarantine mandatory
Let me tell you that the way the transition of new strains of corona in Britain is spreading, the Government of India has strictly implemented its rules. In this way, the Maharashtra government has made it mandatory for those coming from abroad, especially from the Middle East and Europe, to remain quarantined for 14 days.
Do not assume high profile people
Even though cases of new strains of Corona have started to be found rapidly in India as well. But despite this people are not taking it seriously. Especially high-profile people who have millions of followers, at least they should not break the rules and take care of the safety of themselves and others.
Recently, Indian cricketer Suresh Raina has been booked under section 188 of IPC. It is being told that Suresh Raina was partying in a club on the last night of 2020, where there was a lot of crowd. Singer Badshah, Singer Guru Randhawa and Suzanne Khan were present with him. All were overjoyed defying the rules of Corona. During this raid, from where the emperors, Randhawa and Suzanne Khan escaped. Notice has been issued to the bankers by registering a case against Suresh Raina in the case.