Police Commissioner Kamal Bandh has warned people in Bangalore to avoid wandering outside unnecessarily and stern action will be taken if they violate government orders.
Police Commissioner Kamal Bandh has warned people in Bangalore to avoid wandering outside unnecessarily and will take stern action if they violate government orders.
In an interview to reporters in Bangalore yesterday, Commissioner of Police Kamalbandh said: –
Action on merchants
The government has imposed strict restrictions to curb the spread of corona in the state, including Bangalore. These restrictions will be in effect until midnight on the 11th. People are allowed to buy essential items from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Accordingly, people can buy essential items for 4 hours. During these 4 hours shops people have to follow the rules of Corona and buy goods. Ensure action is taken against violators and traders.
Merchants must close the shops themselves after 10 p.m. Otherwise legal action will be taken against the traders.
Respecting the order of the government …
Those coming to Bangalore from outlying districts and outlying states can bring their own tickets including train and air travel. Similarly, government-mandated companies and factories can go to work by showing their identity card. No more than 50 people should attend the wedding.
Temples are not allowed to open. People are not allowed to roam outside Bangalore unnecessarily as the curfew is in force. People should not leave their homes on the orders of the government. People should avoid wandering outside. Strict action will be taken against those who roam outside unnecessarily. Vehicles will also be confiscated. Thus he said.
News Source : Daily Thanthi