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'Stay at home': Police urge Indian community to celebrate Raksha Bandhan online

NSW Police to deploy additional resources on Sunday. Source: NSW Police/Facebook

New South Wales Police have appealed to the Indian community to stay at home on Raksha Bandhan and strictly follow the COVID-19 restrictions. It urged the community to celebrate the festival online. Sergeant Mohit Kumar said residents could face heavy fines and imprisonment for breaching the Public Health Order.

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