Punjabi singer AP Dhillon’s concert in Delhi canceled due to Covid-19 scare

The DDMA has issued an order to cancel Punjabi singer AP Dhillon’s concert in Delhi, citing the gathering would violate existing Covid-19 rules.

Punjabi singer AP Dhillon. (Photo: AP Dhillon/Instagram)

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has issued a cancellation order for Punjabi singer AP Dhillon’s concert in the nation’s capital, saying the gathering would breach existing Covid-19 rules.

The DDMA in its notice said: “…It has been reported that a musical performance by AP Dhillon is being held at Andaz Hotel, Aerocity, Delhi on 18th December…Therefore, you are hereby headed to cancel the music show and the related gathering/congregation because it is in violation of the DDMA order.”

The DDMA in its ordinance of December 15, prohibited any social, political, sporting, entertainment, cultural, religious, festival-related gatherings with effect from 16th December to 1st January 2022 throughout the National Capital Territory (NCT) of Delhi.

Earlier, Vakola Police in Mumbai registered an FIR under Sections 188, 269 of the IPC against the organizers of a live concert by singer and rapper AP Dhillon for alleged violation of Covid protocols.

The event was hosted at a five star hotel in Kalina, Santacruz. Several child stars and celebrities were present at the event.

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