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Name Janta curfew, but police in Bengaluru warn of action on coming out, situation like curfew in Kashmir

  • Bengaluru Police said- If willful exit, action will be taken under sections 269 and 270 of IPC
  • Delhi Police said- During Janta curfew, we will not do any kind of strictness, we will not impose penalty.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday appealed to the countrymen not to leave the house between 7 am and 9 pm on the day of Janata curfew. During this time, the situation in cities like Srinagar and Bengaluru will be the same as curfew. Such statements have also come from the administration. Due to the history of violent incidents in Kashmir, it has been decided to impose restrictions. At the same time, the Bengaluru Police has warned to take action on needlessly leaving the house. However, Delhi Police has said that we will not take any strictness, nor impose any penalty.

Kashmir: Restrictions on movement of people
Kashmir Inspector General of Police Vijay Kumar said that the Janata curfew has been appealed, but there will be restrictions on movement of people in Kashmir and more people gathering at one place. Extra police force will be deployed to implement these restrictions strictly. We are appealing to the people for cooperation. Kumar said – even though it has been named as Janata curfew, the history of Kashmir has been such that without the deployment of police or security forces, we cannot implement the restrictions.

Bengaluru: Police Chief said – action will be taken if you leave without reason
Bengaluru Police Chief Bhaskar Rao said that people do not come out and stay at home. If they come out without any purpose or need, then action will be taken under sections 269 and 270 of IPC (Negligence spreading infection of deadly disease) and Epidemic Act.

Rumor about penalty for those who do not accept public curfew: Police
Delhi Police said that no official announcement has been made on Sunday to impose strictness or fine for enforcing the Janata curfew. These kinds of things are completely rumored. In a message going viral on social media, it was said by the Delhi Police that if a person found wandering in Delhi on Sunday without any major reason, opening a shop, he will be fined Rs 11 thousand. Delhi Police has termed this message as fake.

Center told states – arrange for siren
Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla has spoken to the Chief Secretaries of all states. He has asked the top bureaucrats of all the states to talk to the local administration and make arrangements for sirens at 5 pm on Sunday so that the public can thank the people involved in dealing with Corona fight from their home. The Prime Minister appealed this in his address to the nation.

3700 trains will not run across the country
No train will start from any station in the country from Saturday midnight to Sunday night. Railways on Sunday decided not to run 2400 passenger and 1300 long distance express trains across the country.

40% of all GoAir and IndiGo flights canceled
Go Air has decided to cancel all its flights on Sunday. At the same time, IndiGo, the country’s largest airline, has decided to run 60% flights on Sunday.

All shopping malls will remain closed, shops will also not open
The Confederation of All India Traders (CAT) has announced the closure of all shops across the country, supporting the Janata curfew. Shopping malls, big markets will also be closed in almost all states across the country. However, medical stores will remain open. Apart from all this, all McDonald’s restaurants and outlets will remain closed.

Family members will not be able to meet the prisoners in jail.
Prisoners in the country’s jails will not be allowed to meet their friends and relatives on Sunday. Apart from this, institutions will also stop gathering on Sunday.

Religious places will also be closed, there will also be no Sunday Prayer in the Church of Goa
Many large temples have already been closed to prevent crowds from gathering. On Sunday, people will be prohibited from visiting many temples of the country. Archbishop Filipe Neri Ferrão of Goa has also canceled Sunday Prayer in all the churches on Sunday. There will also be no Sunday Prayer at St. Peters Mar Thomas Syrian Church in Paharganj and Cathedral Church in Central Delhi. The Jammu and Kashmir Waqf Board has also canceled prayers on Sunday. Apart from this, the Islamic school of Uttar Pradesh Darul Uloom Deoband will also be closed on Sunday.

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