Bengal Partial Lockdown: Ambari outpost police campaigns through miking

Rajganj, 01st May: Amidst the second wave of COVID-19, the Ambari outpost police of Rajganj urged all to follow the government guidelines through miking.


With the rising cases of COVID patients, a partial lockdown was announced on Friday from State Secretariat Nabanna.

As per the directives:


1) All shopping complexes, malls, beauty parlous, cinema halls, restaurants and bars, sports complexes, gyms, spas, and swimming pools shall remain closed (even while home deliveries and online services shall remain permitted).

2)All social/cultural/academic/entertainment-related gatherings and congregations shall remain prohibited.

3)Bazaars/hats will remain open only from 7-10 am and 3-5 pm (even while essential services like medical shops, medical equipment shops, grocery, etc. will remain outside the confines of the embargo).

Besides, wearing a mouth mask before stepping outside has been made mandatory.

It is to be noted, the counting of votes for West Bengal, Kerala, Assam, Tamil Nadu and Puducherry Assembly elections 2021 will begin at 8 AM tomorrow. In this context, all activities related to electoral counting processes, victory rallies and unnecessary gatherings in the neighbourhoods of counting halls have been restricted. The police department has been ordered to take legal actions against those who do not abide by the government instructions.

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