Churachandpur: The inmates who partied and danced at the Vimala Raina Government High School quarantine centre in Churachandpur district headquarters have apologised.
The tendered their unequivocal regret to the chief minister N Biren Singh, police, medical officials and the public for violating quarantine guidelines.
The CM, N Biren Singh shared their video on Facebook, where they are seen apologising and assuring that they will not to repeat the mistake.
‘We are very sorry, and it won’t happen again,” says one of the inmates.
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“We, the inmates of Bimala Raina Government High School quarantine centre would like to apologise to the people, to the chief minister of Manipur and district administration for not following the SoPs at quarantine centre,” the inmates said.
Maintaining social distancing, wearing face masks, inmates of the quarantine centre also informed that the district deputy commissioner Pawan Yadav, police SP Amrita Sinha and health officials are always in touch with them.
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Last week, a video of inmates at the quarantine center partying and dancing closely went viral on social media.
The district magistrate and police assured proper investigation into the incident as the inmates completely ignored quarantine norms laid down by the government.
The district administration is running at least 84 quarantine centers in the district and housing around 3,000 returnees.
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