Maharashtra, strict rules in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan | Corona hit: after Maharashtra, strict rules in Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan, night curfew in many districts

Digital Desk, New Delhi. Corona’s deteriorating move has given sleep to state governments. In view of this, strict rules are being implemented again in many cities. Night curfew has been imposed in cities of Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Rajasthan in view of the ever increasing case of Corona.

Night curfew in 8 districts of Rajasthan
Corona cases are also increasing in Rajasthan. Amid growing Corona cases, a Council of Ministers meeting was convened on Saturday at the Chief Minister’s residence, led by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot, in which the Knight Curfew was again announced in the districts most affected by Corona. Night curfew has been imposed in 8 districts of Rajasthan. In addition to the capital Jaipur, there will be night curfew in Jodhpur, Kota, Bikaner, Udaipur, Ajmer, Alwar and Bhilwara. Markets will be open in these districts till 7 pm.

No more than 100 people are allowed to attend the wedding ceremony
In the meeting of the Council of Ministers, the maximum number of people who will be involved in political, social, religious, cultural events including wedding ceremonies in the entire state will be 100. Besides, it has been decided to make all medical colleges free Kovid-19. Apart from this, 80 percent staff has been made mandatory in such offices where there are more than 100 employees. The government has been instructed to take strict action on the application of masks. Also, the Rajasthan government has increased the fine from Rs 200 to Rs 500 for not wearing a mask. As per the order issued by the government, those attending wedding ceremonies during night curfew, people related to essential services including medicines and traveling in buses, trains and airplanes will be exempted during night curfew.

Madhya Pradesh
In view of the rise in Corona cases, the Madhya Pradesh government has implemented the night curfew in 5 districts. These districts are Bhopal, Indore, Gwalior, Ratlam and Vidisha. The curfew will remain in force from 10 am to 6 am. In Bhopal, the traders negotiated and decided to close the shops at 8 pm.

Bhopal: Emergency seen in markets
Due to weddings, the crowd gathered for shopping before 8 pm on Saturday. Objection was also seen in the markets over night curfew. The administration appealed to the people to apply masks and follow social distancing. Shopkeepers have been asked to rope outside shops and maintain social distancing. People have also been instructed not to roam without reason. Teams have been deployed to implement the night curfew.

Indore: The fifty-six shop closed at 9 pm: Till 9 o’clock in the city there was a stir in the markets. Police have deployed teams for the night curfew. The famous Chhappan shop closed at 9 pm. However, markets in the daytime appeared to be as common as in the normal days.

Gwalior: Market crowd due to weddings: By 8.30 pm, there was a huge crowd in the markets. Apart from shopping for weddings, people flocked to the markets due to rumors about ration-vegetables. Apart from the night curfew, the administration has also shown strictness regarding these rumors.

Ratlam: 200 people approved at weddings: Strict action will be taken against masks in the district. Teams will be patrolling overnight. When the wedding ceremony is on the closed campus, 100 people and 200 people will be able to gather in the open campus.

Vidisha: The markets were completely closed at 10 pm. However, even after this, people continued to come and go. Police is strict on those who roam unnecessarily at night.

Strict rules have also been implemented in many cities of Gujarat. The curfew has been implemented in Rajkot and Surat on November 21 from 9 am to 6 am. A total of 1,515 new cases of corona virus have been reported in the state in the last 24 hours. With this, the total number of infected people has reached 1,95,917. Of these, there are 13,285 active cases.


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