Breaking Corona rules cost to Norway's prime minister, police recover fine
Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg held her birthday party in which social distancing was violated. Due to this, the police fined Erna.
9th April, 2021
Norway police on Friday fined Prime Minister Erna Solberg on charges of violation of the Kovid-19 rules. In fact, he is accused that he organized his birthday party in which social distancing was violated. The Chief of Police of Norway has given a press conference and informed about the recovery of fines from the Prime Minister of his country. Significantly, Norway is among those countries of Europe, which is considered very successful in the war against Kovid-19. Erna Solberg is a popular Prime Minister and she has to face parliamentary elections there in September this year.
The Norwegian police have imposed a fine of 20,000 crosses, ie, about 1.76 lakh rupees from Prime Minister Erna Solberg for not following social distancing. Police Chief Ole Severud has given this information. Solberg was accused of giving his 60th birthday party at a mountain resort in late February, in which 13 members of his family attended. However, the Government of Norway has banned the gathering of more than 10 people at one place. However, PM Erna also apologized for his mistake last month. Police say that in most such cases it does not take the penalty, but in implementing government restrictions, the Prime Minister is the main face of the government. Severud has justified the police action saying that '
According to the police chief, "It is right to impose such a fine for the restoration of confidence of social restrictions in the general public". Police said that both Solberg and her husband Cinder Fines had decided to hold a party together and chose that restaurant. Fines were watching all the arrangements for this themselves. In this case, Fines and that restaurant also ignored the Corona rules, but not to impose fines on both of them, the police officer said, "Solberg is the leader of the country and the restrictions imposed to prevent the infection of the virus. She is the leader.