Centre orders strict lockdown, legal action against violators


New Delhi, Mar 23 (IANS): The Central government on Monday directed the states to strictly enforce the lockdown in a bid to curtail the spread of coronavirus and take legal actions against violators.

"States asked to strictly enforce lockdown. Legal action against violators," the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting directed.

The advisory came in the backdrop of complete lockdown of 75 districts in the country. The government has suspended passenger trains, inter-state buses and metro services across the country till March 31.


Prime Minister Narendra Modi

The total number of confirmed coronavirus cases in India stood at 415, according to the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR). Seven people have succumbed to the virus till now.

Earlier on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the countrymen to take the lockdown seriously and protect their families along with them.

Modi also requested the state governments to strictly follow the rules and regulations.

"Many people are still not taking the lockdown seriously. Please save yourself, save your family, follow the instructions seriously. I request the state governments to follow the rules and Get the laws done".

 

  

Comment on this article

  • Aloysius, Kinnigoli

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    21 MLAS from MP quarinted in Bangalore resort is a big violation of eternal law.

    DisAgree [10] Agree [25] Reply Report Abuse

  • Babu, Kaikamba

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    Take action also thouse who allowed export of masks,and stop entry of above 65years inside parliament

    DisAgree [3] Agree [20] Reply Report Abuse

  • Karuna, Mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    Around 200 people spend time inside a small air conditioned conjusted place for than 2hours. And govt. turns it's eyes away from this main spot of spreading the virus. First air travel needs to be banned at least for 2weeks

    DisAgree Agree [18] Reply Report Abuse

  • k b r, Mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    "Robust health surveillance stalled coronavirus entry in India: Harsh Vardhan.."

    "India remained protected from novel Coronavirus due to its robust health surveillance system, Union Health Minister Harsh Vardhan said ..."

    Central Health Minister's statement on Feb 23, 2020...

    DisAgree [3] Agree [5] Reply Report Abuse

  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    At once people what can do..... Government should have reserve measure strongly in such situation. Whether we all capable of holding 5 to 8 percentage of patients at once against the total population level. No........ Becoz massive political hunger first.... Their self need first..... Let the poor suffer who cares..... Policians and bollywood. Sandalwood. celebraties all face of same coin..... Real heroes our jawan. Doctors... Tax payers of the nation.....

    DisAgree [1] Agree [6] Reply Report Abuse

  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    Farmers too...

    DisAgree Agree [4] Reply Report Abuse

  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    People should not have Danced & Celebrated after the Janta Curfew ...

    DisAgree [10] Agree [32] Reply Report Abuse

  • k b r, Mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    Corona is punishment by God for reducing human beings to animal status..if one sees local trains in Mumbai, even animals will not accept that condition of travel...even dog goes to corner and pisses whereas people piss anywhere in metros...capitalism and greed of politicians and businessmen has reduced common human beings to animal status...even IT parks accommodate staff 5 times more than the optimum level...when IT boom started IT companies used to be in cities and in good condition...now all IT parks in village boundaries of cities, with staff being ferried like animals in ordinary buses to and from the campus...poor overpopulated countries like India who have taken the path of 'capitalist greed and disregard for workers' will pay a heavy price...if distance between 2 employees has to be 6 feet, more than 90% of Indian business will close down...

    DisAgree [3] Agree [24] Reply Report Abuse

  • Sahil, Mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    Amita bachan seen earlier days beautiful Mumbai compare to today situation but I wonder still Smits bschan banging utensils in balcony.

    DisAgree [4] Agree [11] Reply Report Abuse

  • KV Kamath, Mangalore

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    Government must simply attach Movable and Immovable assets of the violators and their immediate family. This act may lessen the burden for the administration.

    DisAgree [8] Agree [6] Reply Report Abuse

  • michael, mangaluru

    Mon, Mar 23 2020

    whatever be the lock down, the situation is already spiralled out of control as the airports where not sealed. Very very difficult to contain now.

    Our country is always late in all sorts of actions. Union govt was busy how to topple the MP govt.

    stupidity at its highest. Even now the airports have not been sealed!!

    It is naked truth that all the gulf returnees have brought this to India and still we are asked to clap and make sounds.

    DisAgree [9] Agree [31] Reply Report Abuse


LEAVE A COMMENT

Title : Centre orders strict lockdown, legal action against violators


 
 
 
 

 
You have 2000 characters left.

Disclaimer:

Please write your correct name and email address. Kindly do not post any personal, abusive, defamatory, infringing, obscene, indecent, discriminatory or unlawful or similar comments. Daijiworld.com will not be responsible for any defamatory message posted under this article.

Please note that sending false messages to insult, defame, intimidate, mislead or deceive people or to intentionally cause public disorder is punishable under law. It is obligatory on Daijiworld to provide the IP address and other details of senders of such comments, to the authority concerned upon request.

Hence, sending offensive comments using daijiworld will be purely at your own risk, and in no way will Daijiworld.com be held responsible.


Security Validation

Enter the characters in the image