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Obscene Kullu Video Leak: Police and Cyber Crime Unit Warn People to Not Share it on Social Media

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Kullu MMS Leak Police Warning

Kullu-A couple of days ago, an obscene video of two leaders of a political party had gone viral after some unknown person leaked it. While the video rapidly circulated through WhatsApp, some people reportedly posted screenshots of the video on social media like Facebook and Instagram. Following this leak, the female visible in the video on July 27, 2019, lodged an FIR, informed district police, Kullu. It also confirmed that a case was filed under Section 67, 67A of the Information Technology Act, 2000.

On July 28, Kullu Police issued a warning against sharing this video on any social media like Twitter, Youtube, Instagram, Facebook, Whatsapp etc. If someone is caught sharing this video or even keeping it stored on mobile or computing devices, then appropriate action would be taken against such persons, police said in its warning.

The administrators of Whatsapp groups were also asked to stop the circulation of this video. Remove such users from groups and report them to police, said the warning. In case group administrators fail to comply, action would be taken against them as well.

HP Cyber Crime Police Warns of Posting Obscene and Other Disturbing Multimedia Content

After the said video was leaked, the Cyber Crime unit of State Police also issued a notification warning people against sharing any obscene or objectionable multimedia content on social media. People are sharing such content deliberately or due to lack of awareness of the aftermath of doing so, the notification said.

Such acts are punishable under Section 292,293 of Indian Penal Code and Section 67 and 67B of IT Act, it said.

Similarly, often people share disturbing photos and videos of accidents on social media, which reflects their insensitiveness and irresponsible behaviour, the Cyber Crime unit said in its notification. Instead, it is the duty of everyone to help injured and provide them first aid as a civilized citizen, the notification said.   

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HP Govt Issues Clarification on Opening of Temples and Restaurants in State

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Himachal Pradesh Opening Temples and Restaurants from June 8, 2020

Shimla-The Himachal Pradesh Government has issued a clarification on a notification issued by the State Government on May 31, 2020, regarding re- opening of temples and restaurants in the State. The Government said the notification has been misinterpreted in a section of press, particularly in the social media.

A Spokesman of the State Government clarified today that temples and restaurants would open in Himachal from June 8, 2020, after SOP/guidelines are issued by MoH and FW Government of India and thereafter by the Department  of Language Art and Culture and  Department of Tourism, Government of Himachal Pradesh.

Curfew in Himachal Pradesh has been relaxed from 6:00 AM to 8:00 PM, informed the Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur while presiding over the video conferencing in the wake of coronavirus with all the Deputy Commissioners, Superintendents of Police and Chief Medical Officers of the State from Shimla on 31.

Also Read: All Guidelines for Passengers, Staff, Management Regarding Public Transport

Further, the transport services would be allowed only between 7:00 AM to 7:00 PM. The buses are allowed to ply with a maximum of 60 per cent seating capacity to maintain social distancing. The District Magistrates and Superintendents of Police are supposed to provide adequate police force for crowd management and law and order maintenance at all the bus stands.

The buses would be allowed to ply with not more than 60 percent occupancy and the drivers, conductors and passengers would have to follow all the safety protocols of the Health Department.

Also Read: New Guidelines Regarding Quarantine and Its Requirements

 
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Himachal: New Guidelines Regarding Quarantine and Its Requirements

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Himachal PRadesh New Quarantine Guidelines issued on may 31, 2020

Shimla– The State Department of Revenue-Diaster Management Cell on May 31, 2020, issued new guidelines regarding quarantine rules and requirements.  According to the notification, all persons coming from high load COVID-19 infected cities will be institutionally quarantined. All asymptomatic persons coming from States/cities will be home-quarantined as per the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health and Family, GoI.

Also Read: All New Guidelines for Himachal, What’s Re-Opening/Permitted and What’s Not

Other Guidelines

  1. All person coming from abroad will be quarantined as per the guidelines of Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, GoI.
  2. All symptomatic and persons with ILI symptoms may be kept in institutional quarantine facilities.
  3. All persons who jump home-quarantine will be taken to institutional quarantine.
  4. Educational institutions may not be used as quarantine centres. Preference may be given to community buildings, hotels, guest houses etc.
  5. Those asking for better facilities other than identified by the District Administration may be quarantined in paid facilities pre-identified and notified by the district administration.
  6. The orchardists/agriculturalist/Contractors/Project proponents shall arrange for quarantine facility of all labour brought to the State from outside.
  7. Adequate IEC and monitoring may be done to ensure compliance of guidelines of home quarantine by the persons concerned.

Also Read: All New Guidelines for HP Govt Employees and Offices

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HP Govt Reshuffles 20 IAS Official, RN Batta Appointed as Advisor to CM, JC Sharma as Principal Secretary

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Himachal PRadesh IAS officers transferred on may 31, 2020

Shimla– Himachal Pradesh has reshuffled 20 IAS officials, and notification regarding their transfer was issued on May 31, 2020. Dr Ravinder Nath Batta has been appointed as Advisor to Chief Minister with immediate effect. He will also hold additional charge of the post of Principal Private Secretary to Chief Minister. The transfers came following the appointment of Sanjay Kundu as the new Director General of Police.

IAS Jagdish Chande Sharmar, who was the Principal Secretary (PWD, Transport & Information Technology), has been appointed Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister. He has been given additional charge of the post of Principal Secretary (PWD, Excise&Taxation and Information& Public Relation).

Other than IAS Officers, Vinay Singh, HPAS has been given charge as Special Secretary to Chief Minister and Special Secretary to (PWD) to Government of Himachal Pradesh.

List of All IAS Officials Transferred on May 31

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