Model and actor Kaur Khan has tested negative for Kovit-19 and his team said today that Prakash is following the guidelines given by the Mumbai Corporation (PMC). The report comes a day after police charged him with violating guidelines. The municipal organization did not release his name.
The 37-year-old said in a statement that he was collaborating with BMC. It also linked to her Govt-19 report dated March 15. “To everyone who sends their congratulations and concerns to Kauhar Khan, the latest statement. She has been tested negative in many reports. She is a law abiding citizen and abides by all the rules of the BMC,” the statement said.
“It is a plea to put an end to all speculation,” it said, asking the media not to “engage in speculation” because the actor was emotional and in his lowest state following the death of his father on March 5, PTI reported.
According to the civic organization’s release, despite the victim, the actor went around in public and took part in the filming, which led to the filing of a lawsuit against PMC.
There is no compromise on the security of the city!
BMC has registered an FIR against the Bollywood actor for not following the Govt-19 guidelines on positive testing.
– झीा झी, आपली BMC (@mybmc) March 15, 2021
The coercive action of the Brahmin Mumbai Corporation follows the warning of Chief Minister Uttam Thackeray against the approach of reducing the epidemic rules.
“Do not force us to impose strict locking. Consider this as a last resort. Follow all the rules. Everyone should realize that there is a difference between self-discipline and restraint,” Mr Thackeray said on Saturday.