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NYE GATHERING @ CLARKE QUAY, 3 TO PLEAD GUILTY, WITH 2 FACING EXTRA CHARGE

Verma Pulkit and Harjaz Singh are being accused of breaching Covid-19 rules by attending a New Year’s gathering at Clarke Quay and they were both handed an additional charge each in court on 8 February.

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The two men are being accused of joining a gathering near Read Bridge, outside Riverside Point in Clarke Quay for a common purpose without a reasonable excuse.

Videos of the gathering went viral on social media.

Verma is being accused of attending a gathering which included 8 other people to celebrate the New Year.

Singh is also being accused of joining a gathering that included 6 other people with the same intention.

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Another man, Kotra Venkata Sai Ronhankrishna, who is also linked to the incident, is intending to plead guilty along with the aforementioned duo.

He is also being accused of wearing a Spider-Man costume and joining a gathering with three other people and interacting with about 20 people.

Singh, Verma, Kotra and a certain William Alexander Brooks-Potts were charged in court last month for failing to keep a 1m distancing at Clark Quay, near Read Bridge at midnight on 1 January, as well as not wearing a mask.

They will be back in court on 8 March.

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