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Lockdown In Rajasthan: Is this the fear that has plagued the public since the second wave of coronavirus hit, this time going to be realized! The strong pace of infection Rajiv lakadaunera gats them onto the Rajasthan government. The Ashok Gehlot government has decided to impose a strict lockdown in the desert from today till May 3.
While the situation in Maharashtra, Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, and Madhya Pradesh is not as dire as it used to be, the Corona situation in Rajasthan is worrisome. Yesterday, for the first time in the state, 10 thousand people were attacked daily. Of these, more than 2,000 people have been infected with COVID-19 in the capital Jaipur alone. At the moment Rajasthan has 6 thousand active. Therefore, the Congress government of the state has to walk the path of strict lockdown. According to the Rajasthan government, the ‘public discipline party’ will be observed across the state for the next two weeks. During these 15 days, there will be no other services except emergency services. Shops and markets will be closed. You can’t go out of the house unnecessarily. Vegetables, fruits, milk, and other household items can be sold till 6 pm. Cooking gas (LPG) shops and petrol pumps will be open till 8 pm. However, industrial centers will be kept partially open to prevent the return of migrant workers. Journalists have also been kept out of the lockdown. Public transport will also run in a controlled manner.
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Rajasthan is not alone, several other states have already resorted to curfew or night curfew to curb corona. The weekly lockdown has already been launched in Uttar Pradesh. Multiple prohibitions have been issued. In the same vein, a lockdown has been issued in Tamil Nadu every Sunday. Ongoing night curfew. Schools and shopping malls are also closed in Bihar. The Maharashtra government has long imposed a corona curfew. A weekly curfew has also been imposed in Delhi. The state also issued guidelines yesterday and imposed a number of restrictions. Altogether, almost all the districts of the country have imposed restrictions. However, the Rajasthan government was the first to take the path of strict lockdown.