Old-school Way: Police punishes foreigners for violating lockdown by making them write ‘I am sorry’ 500 times on paper

When asked to explain the reason behind their deed, the foreigners said that they thought they can do so from 7 am till 1 pm, when the lockdown is eased.

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The Police of Uttarakhand, India caught ten foreigners breaking the lockdown rules and loitering near the Ganga River in Rishikesh. However, the police chose to punish them in the most old-school way. They told the foreigners to write ‘‘I didn’t follow lockdown. I am sorry’’ 500 times on a paper and hand it over to them.

The foreigners were found to be from Australia, Mexico, Israel, and some other European countries. The incident took place in the Tapovan area, a commonly visited place.

In-charge of the Tapovan police check-post Vinod Kumar said the police were being reported that some foreigners were breaking the lockdown and going to the Ganga stretch.

“Based on the inputs, on Saturday, I along with some other personnel of my check post decided to patrol that stretch during which we found 10 foreigners strolling there’’, Kumar said.

When asked to explain the reason behind their deed, the foreigners said that they thought they can do so from 7 am till 1 pm, when the lockdown is eased.

Kumar said he informed them that the relaxation is for people to go out and buy essential stuff.

‘’I then asked one of my men to bring 50-60 blank pages from our check-post and gave five pages each to the 10 foreigners asking them to write ‘I did not follow the lockdown. I am sorry’ 500 times as punishment’’, Kumar added.

After the punishment, he told them that this is a light one and if they are caught doing this again, they will be blacklisted and never be able to come to India again.

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