The speed of corona in the country is increasing very fast. Various restrictions are being implemented in all the states for the prevention of infection. Meanwhile, the Karnataka High Court has issued orders to the state government to strictly implement the SOP issued on 4 January 2022 for the prevention of corona in all the districts of Karnataka. The High Court has directed the government to ban any rally, dharna and other political events in the state.
These instructions have to be followed
Let us tell you that in view of the increasing cases of corona in the country, new restrictions for corona were implemented in Karnataka along with other states on January 4. In this, instructions were given to have 50 percent seating capacity in restaurants including night curfew from 10 pm to 5 am. Along with this, the state had also issued orders to ban all kinds of big events, but despite this, on January 9, on 9 January, on behalf of the Congress in the state, the BJP organized a 10-day padyatra to demand the implementation of the Mekedatu project on the Kaveri river. it was done.
FIR was lodged by Congress leaders
After this, the officials, State Congress President D.K. A notice was issued to Shivakumar for not participating in the padyatra. Ramnagar Rural Police arrested Shivakumar, Siddaramaiah, D.K. An FIR was also registered against Suresh and other senior Congress leaders for violating curfew orders. State President Shivkumar had categorically refused to accept the notice. Due to this, the Congress on Thursday decided to postpone the Mekedatu padyatra after the Karnataka High Court reviewed the situation in the state. In the last 24 hours, 25 thousand 5 new cases of corona have been reported in Karnataka. With this, 8 people have died in the state during 24 hours.