Madhya Pradesh lockdown / Sixth coronavirus positive case in Jabalpur; curfew-like situation in Seoni, vegetable-ration shops also closed

Jabalpur / Seoni / Balaghat: The number of corona-infected patients has increased to six in Jabalpur. After this, Collector Bharat Yadav has imposed curfew within the Municipal Corporation limits. Collector Bharat Yadav said that curfew has been imposed in the Jabalpur Municipal Corporation area under the provisions of section 144. The curfew has come into force with immediate effect in the municipal border area. After this, no person will be allowed to move out of the house.

The police stopped the people by applying barricades and sent them back home. On Tuesday, divisional commissioner Ravindra Mishra visited different areas of the city during a curfew imposed in the city to prevent the coronavirus. Our country is suffering from coronavirus, so we should follow the government’s order, he said.

Streets wore a deserted look in Jabalpur.

Rumours of the death of a positive person: The news of the death of the coronavirus-infected bullion businessman Mukesh Aggarwal caused panic in the city. This message started going viral on social media, after which collector Bharat Yadav has ordered action against those spreading the rumor. Mukesh Aggarwal, a businessman, released a video and informed the news of his death was false. He said – I am fine and getting better.

Businessman Mukesh Aggarwal, who had tested positive, said he is recovering.

One more tests positive in Jabalpur, total 6 positive cases in dist: Three samples were tested at the ICMR lab on Monday, one report was found positive. The infected also came in contact with bullion trader Mukesh Aggarwal who returned from Dubai and is his employee. After receiving a positive report, he was admitted to the Medical College isolation ward at Victoria Hospital. Now the administration is identifying those who came in contact with that person.

Livelihood crisis for many, we have to stand with them, says Rakesh Singh: Appealing to the people of Jabalpur, former BJP President and MP Rakesh Singh has said that the administrative staff is working with the central and state governments to deal with the global crisis like corona. For this, decisions such as lockdown and now curfew also had to be taken. Due to this the poor and disabled people are also facing a crisis of livelihood. In this hour of crisis, we have to stand together with such people and help them.

Relaxation in Balaghat in the morning, followed by silence: District administration is on high alert regarding corona in Balaghat. During the ongoing corona lockdown, people across the district stayed at their homes and supported the prevention of epidemic. For the first two hours in the morning, a crowd of vegetable buyers gathered between 8 and 10 am, but the police sent them home after 10 pm. In Balaghat, some shops opened in the drugstores for essential services, after which there was silence throughout the day.

The vegetable market in Balaghat was opened for two hours in the morning.

Ration and vegetable shops will not open in Seoni on March 25: During the total lockdown in Seoni district, ration and vegetable shops were not opened on March 24 and ordered to be closed on March 25. A partial amendment has been made in the restrictive order issued by Collector Praveen Singh. It was informed that the total lockdown is till 25 March midnight. During this time, all other establishments and services in the district will be banned except hospitals, medicine shops, petrol pumps, gas agencies, banks, and milk shops. Ration shops and vegetable shops will also be opened only on 26 March.