Wedding guests made to perform 'frog dance' for violating COVID restriction

A probe is also underway against wedding venue officials for granting permission to hold such a large gathering in the premises

India is facing tough times with coronavirus and other infections but still many people seems to be reluctant about it.


Now in an incident of Covid norms violations people have come up with unique punishments to violators, by making them dance and perform frog jumps in Datia and Bhind districts of Madhya Pradesh.


A video went viral on social media, in which a group of youngsters, caught by the police for unnecessary wandering in Rajgarh square of Datia town, were made to do sit-ups and perform snake dance.


Also in Umri town of Bhind district, several people were found taking part in a pre-wedding function at a government hostel campus in Sultan Singh KePura area, without following Covid norms. On being informed, the police reached the spot and registered a case against one MukeshJatav (25) and the tent house owners for violating coronavirus curfew restriction.



A probe is also underway against hostel officials for granting permission to hold such a large gathering in the premises. The police also caught 30 to 35 persons returning from the function in a tractor-trolley without wearing masks or following social distancing norms.



The violators were asked to perform frog jumps for a distance as punishment and were allowed to go after being warned of a severe penalty the next time they are caught.

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