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- Market And Public Transport Closed Except Medical Services In Bhopal, Indore And Jabalpur; If the Movement Did Not Stop, The Police Started Strict
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Bhopal / Indore / Jabalpur24 minutes ago
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When the movement did not stop in Indore, the police resumed vigorously.
The first lockdown has started in Bhopal, Indore and Jabalpur amid the second wave of Corona. On Sunday, all shops remained closed except hospitals and medical. Only milk supply was allowed in the morning. The police remained stationed on the streets. Barricades were also put in place.
The police resumed vigorously as the movement of people did not stop till 9 in the morning. Those who were exempted after questioning were let go. Those going to the airport and railway station had to pay two times the fare. The police showed strictness against the people who came out on the road unnecessarily at the Regal intersection of Indore and were seen beating them with sticks.
Bhopal: Shops closed, people continued on the streets
A sort of lockdown in the city started at 10 pm on Saturday night. All shops remained closed except for hospitals and medical shops since Sunday morning. Section 188 is enforced during lockdown. That is, there were orders for arrest on leaving the house without reason, but people kept on coming to the streets before 9 o’clock in the morning. The police stood on the side with barricades. Later, Strictly introduced a little. In the last 24 hours, the number of infected in Bhopal has crossed 400. In such a situation, the administration had said to be more strict during the lockdown. If the shopkeeper violates the rules, fine 5000 rupees will have to be paid. If you do not agree even after this, then the second and third time will be charged 2 times i.e. 10 thousand rupees. If the shopkeeper does not agree, then action will be taken to seal the shops.
Indore: No shutter of any shop lifted
On Sunday morning, the voice of the milkman came, but the vegetable carts were missing. Even morning tea-breakfast stalls were not installed. The police took over the lockdown from 10 o’clock on Saturday night. However, there was movement of roads in the morning. After this, the police closed the streets by putting barricades after 9.30 am and started interrogating the visitors. Police carts kept sailing the streets and announcing on the streets.
Jabalpur: 1500 jawans deployed, buses run for MPPSC exam
All markets and shops in the city are closed except hospitals and medical. Checking continues at 34 points. 1500 jawans have been deployed. However, there is no complete ban on movement here. For the convenience of PSC candidates, buses were made available for various centers from seven to nine in the morning on platform number six of the railway station. In the return of the candidates, the facility of buses will be available from the examination centers to the station and ISBT. JCTSL has issued a call center number 8085922322. Candidates can get information by calling on it. The PSC exam will be conducted from 10 am to 1 pm.
Only they have got exemption in lockdown
Drugstore and hospital. Bulk transportation of essential commodities, transportation of industrial units and their workers and personnel, transportation of industrial raw materials and products, transportation of sick persons, trucks coming from outside, dumpers, movement from airport, railway station and bus stand . Candidates appearing in various competitive examinations will be exempted to be able to move by showing their photo identity cards and tickets.
Total Lockdown on these activities
All private and government entities. Shops, hotels, establishments, gyms, sports complexes, swimming pools, city buses, autos, taxis, retail and wholesale shops, markets, clubs, gardens, restaurants, catering shops, mandis, liquor shops, grocery shops, vegetable shops closed.