UP Night Curfew: Do not go out in these 9 districts at night, after 9 o'clock, if you are seen on the streets, this strict action will be taken
Night curfew has been imposed in 9 cities in view of the outbreak of UP Corona Infection. During the night curfew, those who are found to be breaking the rules, will take strict action on them (Action Taken Against Break Rules). Legal action will be taken under the epidemic act on people who break the rules. The names of Noida, Ghaziabad, Meerut, Bareilly and Sahanarpur have also been added to the cities with night curfew.
The announcement of the night curfew in Varanasi, Lucknow, Kanpur and Prayagraj was made on Wednesday itself. On behalf of the Yogi government, it was said that in places where the corona has more than 500, the District Magistrate can take the decision of Night Curfew Because of Corona Infection. In cases of corona infection, Bareilly is going ahead these days. More than 100 infection cases are being reported every day. The government and administration are doing everything possible to control the situation. Night curfew is also the result of these efforts. Night curfew will be effective from today in Bareilly.
'No restriction on essential work'
There will be no restriction on the necessary work during the night curfew. Employees working in night shifts will be allowed to come and go by showing their I-cards. Along with this, night shift will also continue in the industrial factories as before. There is no prohibition of any kind on medicine, milk and other brocades. At the same time, all schools up to class 12 have been closed in view of the corona infection. This order will be effective till 20 April. A further decision will be taken after reviewing the situation.
Strict action on breaking the rules of night curfew
On Thursday itself, the District Magistrates of Noida and Ghaziabad had also issued orders to impose night curfew in these areas. Night curfew will remain in Noida and Ghaziabad till April 17, the timing of which is also from 10 pm to 5 am the next morning. However, there will be no restriction on essential services and facilities during this period and passengers will also be able to travel by showing rail and air tickets. Strict action will be taken against those who break the rules.