COVID-19: Lockdown in Madhya Pradesh prolonged until April 19-22 in some areas | India Information
Bhopal: The Shivraj Singh Chouhan-led authorities in Madhya Pradesh on Saturday (April 10, 2021) annnounced that the lockdown in a number of cities shall be prolonged amid a surge in coronavirus circumstances, which incorporates the business hub metropolis of Indore.
At the moment, the lockdown is in drive in all city areas of the state until 6 am on Monday. The lockdown in varied districts has been announced from April 19 to April 22, the Additional Chief Secretary (Home) Rajesh Rajora told PTI.
“Lockdown shall be in drive in Indore metropolis, Rau, Mhow, Shajapur metropolis and a few districts like Ujjain, Barwani, Rajgarh and Vidisha until 6am on April 19,” Rajora stated.
Lockdown shall be in drive from April 12 until the morning of April 22 in Balaghat, Narsinghpur and Seoni districts in addition to Jabalpur metropolis, and orders under section 144 of CrPC will be issued by respective collectors quickly.
The choice to increase the lockdown was taken after the Chief Minister held a gathering with district disaster administration committees by way of video conferencing.
On Thursday, CM Chouhan introduced a weekend lockdown that was imposed in all of the city areas which got here in drive from 6 pm on Friday to six am on Monday.
“I don’t want an extended lockdown, that is the final choice. However to interrupt the state of affairs a bit of, city areas will stay closed in Madhya Pradesh from 6 pm on Friday to six am on Monday, the lockdown will stay,” stated Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan.