Night curfew has been imposed in many cities in India due to Corona. However, in places like Goa, Patna and Bhopal, people are also seen partying fiercely.
New Delhi: After many countries of the world, now the new year 2021 has begun in India. This year went with some good and many bad memories. But when it passed, people were seen celebrating its passing. Due to Corona in India, night curfew has been imposed in many cities. However, in places like Goa, Patna and Bhopal, people are also seen partying fiercely.
Usually, people used to celebrate every time on the occasion of New Year. Especially in big cities, people used to party all night and celebrate the New Year with their relatives and friends. But this time it is being seen in few cities of the country. Due to the entry of new variants of Corona in India, the administration has imposed a night curfew from 11 am to 6 am, showing strictness.
In cities like Goa, Patna, Bhopal and Kolkata, where people are seen having fun, in the big cities like Delhi, Mumbai, there is silence on the streets due to the night curfew. Police forces are deployed everywhere and crowds are not being allowed to gather.
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Delhi Police spokesperson Ish Singhal clarifying the situation, saying, “Licensed campuses are exempted from this, they can continue to work with their license condition, with half of the seating Capacity utilization and other guidelines related to Kovid-19. ” Public places like Connaught Place and India Gate, called the heart of Delhi, are not allowed to congregate after the announcement of the night curfew.
The Maharashtra government has imposed a night curfew in the wake of the Kovid-19 epidemic from 11 am to 6 am. Also, there is a ban on the gathering of five or more people at one place.
Mumbai police spokesman S Chaitanya said, “No more than five people will be allowed to gather in public places. No party will be allowed to party in hotels, bars, pubs or restaurants after 11 pm.
The enthusiasm of the New Year celebrations will also fade this time in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka. Actually, prohibitory orders have been issued in the city. The Bangalore Police has imposed prohibitory orders under Section 144 of CrPC from 6 pm on Thursday to 6 am on Friday. In this way, this time MG Road, Church Street, Brigade Road, Koramangala and Indiranagar will not see big celebrations. These places have been known for big and grand events on New Year.
Police has banned entry of people on Chennai’s popular Marina Beach. This beach attracted a large number of people every year for the New Year celebrations.
The Odisha government has decided to impose curfew from 10 pm on Thursday to prevent mass gathering of people on the occasion of Kovid-19.