A WhatsApp group admin has fined members who do not follow the rules. Not only that, he also recovered the fine.
Amravati : Most WhatsApp groups have some rules, some conditions. But does everyone follow it? Don’t post politics, just good morning, don’t message good night, don’t copy-paste text, admins often play. But some are reluctant to do so. The question for admins is what to do with such group members. But a WhatsApp group admin from Amravati has fined such members. Not only that, he collected the fine and donated the amount to the Covid Center. (admin collected fine of Rs 10,000 from group members for sending greetings in WhatsApp group)
Our Zilla Parishad is the name of this WhatsApp group. Manish Kale, a teacher in Morshi Panchayat Samiti, is the admin of this group. This group also had various types of knowledge, social, good wishes, political posts at the beginning, but in the end Manish Kale made a rule to stop these posts. Penalty or cooperation, made such a simple rule. The group has been warned to follow the rules or pay a fine since May 24. However, some members of the group broke the rules. Eventually Kale fined. In particular, all those who were fined agreed to pay the fine.
The penalty is to be paid directly to the bank. The fine is currently around Rs 10,000. The amount was donated to the Kovid Center of the Zilla Parishad. Our Zilla Parishad is the first group in the state to collect fines from members for breaking the rules.
– TV9 Marathi (@ TV9Marathi) June 29, 2021
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(admin collected fine of Rs 10,000 from group members for sending greetings in WhatsApp group)