Coronavirus: Police take Bigg Boss fame Rajith Kumar, 11 others into custody

First Published 17, Mar 2020, 4:30 PM

 Nedumbassery Police registered a case against 75 persons, including Rajith Kumar, for unlawful assembly, rioting and flouting the high court order prohibiting processions within a radius of 500m from the airport.

Kerala Police took Malayalam reality show contestant Rajith Kumar into custody for flouting the Kerala government's coronavirus advisory.

Kerala Police took Malayalam reality show contestant Rajith Kumar into custody for flouting the Kerala government's coronavirus advisory.

A large number of people arrived at Cochin International Airport on Sunday night to receive Rajith.

A large number of people arrived at Cochin International Airport on Sunday night to receive Rajith.

This comes at a time when the Kerala government had asked citizens to not assemble as a precaution against the spread of deadly virus, coronavirus.

This comes at a time when the Kerala government had asked citizens to not assemble as a precaution against the spread of deadly virus, coronavirus.

Rajith Kumar will be handed over to Nedumbassery Police, who is investigating the case.

Rajith Kumar will be handed over to Nedumbassery Police, who is investigating the case.

Nedumbassery police have also arrested 11 more persons who took part in the unlawful gathering on Sunday night.

Nedumbassery police have also arrested 11 more persons who took part in the unlawful gathering on Sunday night.

Nedumbassery Police registered a case against 75 persons, including Rajith Kumar, for unlawful assembly, rioting and flouting the high court order prohibiting processions within a radius of 500m from the airport.

Nedumbassery Police registered a case against 75 persons, including Rajith Kumar, for unlawful assembly, rioting and flouting the high court order prohibiting processions within a radius of 500m from the airport.

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