Bhopal: Curfew has been imposed in Bhopal and Jabalpur cities of Madhya Pradesh late on Monday night to keep people indoors. This is Shivraj Singh’s first decision after becoming the Chief Minister. A case has been registered against 25 traders for opening shops during the lockdown.
Case has also been registered against 200 people who took out a procession during the Janata curfew in Indore. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has also taken this matter seriously.
Another corona positive in Jabalpur: On the other hand, another corona positive has been found in Jabalpur. He also works with bullion businessman Mukesh Aggarwal. With this, the number of positive patients has increased to 7 in the state. Domestic airlines will also be closed from Tuesday night.
Curfew & lockdown violators can be jailed: Lockdown violators are being booked for violation of epidemic law law-1897. It is punishable under Section-188 of the IPC. Under this, the violator can be imprisoned for up to 6 months or with a fine of one thousand rupees or punishments. The Union Home Secretary instructed in the video conferencing with the DGP that the lockdown should be strictly implemented. If people do not agree, then curfew can be imposed in other districts too.
Banks to work for 4 hours: Banks will open from 10 am to 2 am from Tuesday, only 4 types of work will be done.
Banks will only work 4 hours from today. No more than 5 customers will be able to visit the branch at one time. Only cash transactions, check clearing, remittances, and government banking will be done. Bank employees will come to work on alternate dayd. The sanitizer will also be available in every ATM and branch.
Inmates will be released on parole: The central government has issued a directive saying that, by forming a state committee, decide which prisoners can be released on parole. Paroles have been suggested to inmates with sentences for less than 7 years.
Prime Minister had to say that many people are not taking the lockdown seriously, please save yourself and family and follow state law.