A young man from Tonk’s Bambor Gate area attended the Tabligi Jamaat in Nizamuddin, Delhi with his friends.
An official said that the app-CVD tracker will identify those people who have been asked to remain isolated at home.
Also will mark the defined boundaries of specific areas around them. It will be compulsory for people kept in separate habitats to download this app on their mobile phones. The official said, ‘Each app placed separately will be surrounded by the user within a radius of 50 meters of the space to be kept separately and such users will have to upload a selfie every hour. Through the system, the place kept separately from them and the place from which they uploaded selfies will be matched.
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The official said that if a user kept separately goes outside the confined area, the administration will receive an alert in the control room and a warning message will be sent to the user. Also, strict action will be taken against the violator like registering an FIR. The administrative control room will receive an alert even if the phone is switched off and punitive action will be taken against the user. An all-time control room has been set up in which a team will work to monitor the people housed in separate habitats.
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Sub-Divisional Magistrate of Information Technology Department, Nishik Kumar said that in future, the number of people to be kept separate can increase and this app will make it easy for health and police departments to locate isolated people with the help of GPS location.
He said that any kind of omission or unauthorized activity will immediately alert the concerned SDM, police as well as the person concerned. Strict action will be taken against the violator.