New Delhi: As the rising number of cases in Gurgaon has become a constant cause of concern for the Haryana government, and a border tussle is going on between Delhi and Haryana, a Gurgaon gym owner has been arrested for organising a workout session for a few members on Monday. Also Read - Unlock 2: Let Maids Stay at Your Place, New Rules Issued For Gurgaon Housing Societies
According to reports, 32-year-old Dheer Katariya, owner of Mould Gym in Dayanand Colony, called up a few of his customers to attend workout sessions from Tuesday. Getting a tip-off, Gurgaon Police raided the gym and found 17 people, including the gym owner, were working out without wearing masks. Social distancing norms were also being violated. All 17 of them have been arrested. Also Read - 'Are Locust Tasty When Cooked? Asking For Friends in Gurgaon': Twitter Erupts in Meme Fest as Delhi on High Alert
The gym owner reportedly said that though he was aware that gyms were not allowed to open from June 1, he had to pay huge rent for the gym. Also Read - Gurugram Under 2-week Lockdown? Only in Over 100 Containment Zones, Shopping Malls to Reopen Elsewhere
As per the latest guideline issued by the ministry of home affairs, temples, shopping malls, restaurants can open in phase 1 of Unlock 1.0. Educational institutes can open in phase 2, which will start in July — only after consultations with the stakeholders. In the last phase — the date of which was not decided — metro, international flights, gyms, swimming pools can gradually open.