Will there be a lockdown in Tamil Nadu? Madras High Court reprimanded the government, chances are getting worse

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Like all states of the country, Tamil Nadu is also witnessing a spurt in cases of coron virus infection. However, so far no restrictions have been announced by the state government regarding this. On this, the Madras High Court has made a strong comment that the situation in the state is getting worse and the lockdown has not been imposed yet. Chief Justice of Madras High Court, Sanjib Banerjee said, “The situation in Corona has become very serious in Tamil Nadu, but so far there has not been a lockdown.” People are not even putting on masks and taking a chance from Corona. After the Gujarat and UP High Courts, the Madras High Court has raised concerns about Corona cases and commented on the steps taken by the government.

Earlier, on the orders of the Gujarat High Court, the state government has announced a night curfew in 20 districts of the state. Not only this, Allahabad High Court has also asked the Yogi government to consider imposing night curfew. Meanwhile, while hearing some cases on Wednesday, the Delhi High Court said that it is necessary to apply a mask even while walking alone in the car. The court said that the car is also a kind of public place and it is necessary to put a mask on it, even if you are walking alone. Along with this, the court upheld the decision to deduct the challan of the people driving the mask car alone.

Punjab announced night curfew, know what will be the rules

Meanwhile, the Punjab government has announced imposition of a night curfew in the state by 30 April. Night curfew will start at 9 am and remain in force till 5 am. Earlier, the night curfew was applicable only in 12 districts of the state till April 10, but now it has been announced to apply in this entire state.

These rules will be applicable during the day, these events will be banned
The state government has ordered a complete ban on political events. Apart from this, a maximum of 100 people will be able to participate in an outdoor event and 50 people in an indoor event. The central government has also raised concerns about the growing corona cases in Punjab and has said that 80 per cent of the cases found in the state are from the UK variant, which is more dangerous than before.


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