Tiger and Disha went out on a walk in lockdown, police registered an FIR

Digital Desk, Mumbai. The second wave of Corona has caused havoc across the country. In such a situation, most states had imposed a lockdown, but from June 1, some states have started relaxing it. Because the wave of infection seems to be decreasing. However, the lockdown has been extended in Maharashtra till June 15. Because of which people will have to strictly follow all the rules of the administration. But Tiger Shroff and Disha Patani have violated the rules of lockdown.

Let us tell you that Tiger and Disha are often in discussion about their love relationship, but this time the reason for their being in the headlines is due to an incident of violating the Kovid guidelines. In fact, on June 1, when Disha Patani and Tiger Shroff were returning from the gym, they were stopped by the Mumbai Police near Bandra Bus Stand as both the actors were seen walking around the bandstand in Mumbai after the gym.

Case registered under section 188
Let us tell you that while returning from the gym, Disha and Tiger did not go straight to their house, but were caught by the Mumbai Police while roaming in the car on the bandstand. When the police asked them what they were doing there, both of them did not have a specific answer, so that they could prove themselves that they did not violate the Kovid guidelines. At that time the Mumbai Police left after seeing the documents of both but later they investigated thoroughly and registered a case under 188 against Disha-Tiger for violating the lockdown rules. At present, Tiger and Disha have not been arrested. Let us tell you that, according to the Mumbai Police, during the lockdown, there is a strict ban on anyone roaming after 2 pm without any reason. But still both Tiger and Disha were caught roaming around in the evening.

Now recently a tweet has been made by Mumbai Police, in which they have taunted about this incident without naming Disha and Tiger. Mumbai Police wrote, In the ongoing ‘war’ against the virus, performing ‘Malang’ on the streets of Bandra has cost two actors, who have been booked under sections 188, 34 of the IPC. Bandra PSTN. We request all Mumbaikars to avoid unnecessary ‘Heropanti’ which can compromise the security against #COVID19.


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