Bidar: 'Lockdown inevitable if public does not cooperate' - CM Yediyurappa


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Bidar, Apr 12: CM Yediyurappa said that people would have to cooperate for the government to not impose a lockdown.

Yediyurappa was speaking to the reporters in the city on Monday. The CM further said, "Coronavirus infections are increasing in many districts day by day. People should come out of the house only if required. Crowded places should be avoided, social distancing needs to be maintained, a face mask should be worn and hand sanitization should be done."


BS Yediyurappa (file photo)

"The state government is repeatedly creating awareness among the public about the seriousness of the second wave of coronavirus. Night curfew is imposed in districts where the cases are more. People have to respond. Otherwise, the government has to take strict action and lockdown becomes inevitable. Do not give opportunity for such a situation to arrive. Discussion is held with PM Modi with respect to controlling coronavirus," he added.

Sandalwood actor Shivaraj Kumar said that people should be aware in order to live. They should follow the rules of the government. Stubbornness is not required. If lockdown is imposed again, it will be difficult. Shivaraj Kumar was speaking after offering pooja to the tomb of Dr Rajkumar on the occasion of his death anniversary.

People in the state are discussing whether lockdown will be imposed again. Last year due to the imposition of lockdown, the public had to face financial distress. The situation is returning to normalcy from only a few months. If lockdown is imposed again, the life of commoner will be in dire straits.

 
 
 
 
  

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  • Brian, Mlore

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    PPE kits were popular during the start of surge. Especially for fl

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  • sense_Shetty, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    Lockdown ..No problem ..Please transfer my money which I would have earned during lockdown to my bank account. I will wear mask ,protection suites and sleep at home. Yeddi ,A.K.A Vijayendra .Please lock yourself and have some idli sambar with Khader Bhai ,Sidhu Bhai & Karnataka state congress president

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  • Vikram, Nanthoor, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    Public don’t have self decipline and caring for others. Until they do so current situation impossible to get under control. Some people thinks they are super humans thats where they put others and their own family at prone to such disease. Only God can save all of us from the current situation

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  • Save My India., India.

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    Both Govt. of Karnataka, Govt. of India are fully responsible for this situation. Most of all , the unruly Indian public should be held accountable for where we stand today. https://ph.yahoo.com/news/m/c3793442-d4dc-3aa4-a361-6226da2172d4/india%E2%80%99s-covid-19-situation-is.html https://ph.yahoo.com/news/rallies-religious-gatherings-aggravate-indias-090029047.html Jai Hind!!!

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  • Ahmed, Bangalore

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    First stop election rallies. When PM and HM of the country not abiding the law, putting citizens life at stake, then why do u expect from general public. Also where is the Godi media hiding which were laat year bashing with all their forces on Tabligh Jamath, why these pigs are silent on election rallies?

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  • Kudla Stories, Kudla

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    Why arent you uttering anything about kumbh mela. You guys were screaming about the tabligis. What happened now. Seems like you guys have bitten your own tongue.

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  • E B Soans, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    The road congestion in Falnir junction and around other parts of Mangaluru due to poor execution of smart city project has been one of the prime causes for congestion of traffic. When there is congestion there is no social distancing. Best method is lockdown, complete the road work swiftly before the monsoon and start afresh.

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    One thing doctors won't inform you is that you will have to continue taking covid vaccination shots for the rest of your life. Big pharma, hospitals and insurance companies will be making money from your fears.

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  • Santosh Bennet VAS, Kudla

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Quote “ Sandalwood actor Shivaraj Kumar said that people should be aware in order to live. They should follow the rules of the government. Stubbornness is not required. If lockdown is imposed again, it will be difficult. Shivaraj Kumar was speaking after offering pooja to the tomb of Dr Rajkumar on the occasion of his death anniversary. “ This man wanted theatres to be kept open with 100;% Occupancy so that his new movie will rake in the molaah ... now giving gyan, these money bags, Politicians and burr rats just fit to blah blah blah ,..... common man suffers

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  • Paul, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Mr. Yeddy . Can you please advice your Nalini, V kamath, R bhat , Shatam pumpwell & his chelas stopped all this night kolas happening even after lockdown has been imposed. Do dare ask question with Nalini kateel how & why ? Then you speak of public co operating . Your people only are not following rules

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  • Jerome George Coelho, Nanthur

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Now time for Nalin Kateel to open his war room again

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  • Edward Pinto, Chinchpokli

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    We don't want sermon from politicians. First let them follow guidelines/SOP and tell others. During election rally.. no corona. Seems it travels in night time between 8.00pm to 5.00am and sleeps in daytime. What a joke from our uneducated elected representatives. The guy who implements the rules and regulation should follow first and rest will follow; if not impose heavy fine.

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  • Roopa, mangalore

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    please ban all the functions and gathering till May end, as its peak season. allow only essential things where people can earn and move around for necessity,

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  • Rudolf Rodrigues, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Sir, first please strictly ban all events, irrespective of which, where large crowds gather in close proximity throwing all caution to the winds! Otherwise, situation is going to worsen!

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  • Pili, MANGALORE

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    First your election campaign must cooperate so people will surely follow..

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Sir I had visited a govt office 3 days back I really understood what social distancing means forget 6 feet 2 feet also was not there. Sanitizer bottle is kept but there's no sanitizer. Looks like it was only for first 100 people. There is nobody to check temperature people are entering and going without masks if mask there it is to protect their chin. No wonder cases are sky high these days. The biggest joke is that on the wall it's stuck big banner telling maintain social distance bla bla. Along with govt public is also equally responsible.

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    For any infectious disease the virus needs to spread in a short time, it is now a year & no lockdowns or any other measures did help last year, & it won't in future as well. According to our doctors who are enlightening their clients about no risk viral infections as they are just like any flu virus have said it in March last year itself that lock downs are imposed only to give time to prepare medical facilities if the numbers multiply & they won't work if anybody wants to end infections with 14 hour lockdown, or months of keeping people inside, it will only postpone the future infections as the airborne virus will infect the people as soon as they come out as they are more vulnerable as their activities & sun exposure became restricted too. In those countries that didn't impose any of the restrictions they have now no fear as all the people have got the virus & have got the herd immunity while those who were kept inside were deprived of the same. Lastly no state or central govt. can survive for long on its reserves or through borrowing loans by stopping economic activities for long. According to one of my friend in western country Only Politicians & Journalists & Pharma people got full pay, all others were lead to brink with unscientific lockdowns, & other related mandates which had failed last year but still resorted to at the expense of tax payers. Its either Better Sense or Bitter Senselessness let us wait & see.

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  • Bep, Mlore

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Social distancing is the one people defy.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Medicines are always Bitter ...

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  • vishnu bhat, bangalore

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Yediyurappa is living in a fool's paradise. the infection is so widespread by now that no lockdown will work. His Govt was irresponsible enough to allow all gyms/malls/temples/theatres etc. to open leading to the exponential growth of the second wave. It was also in a great hurry to close down dedicated CVID care centres. If he ahs any ethics, he should quit and go home, taking responsibility for careless and callous actions. all that is left for him to do is to beat pots and pans once again.

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  • Alwin, Mangaluru

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    How many election campaign u stoped.how many gathering s in any form banned. How many places u go for political reasons go for meal.how you extended the numbers for cinema releas? All these shows virus is released by politicians government and religious leaders according to their convenience

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  • Strolfstwyn Felonious Menezes, USA/Gulf/Foreign-returned/Settled abroad/NRI/Green card holder/Malpe/Toranto

    Mon, Apr 12 2021

    Yes! Finally!! Please impose lockdown. Stubborns will not learn any other way. Teach them a lesson Yeddi!

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  • Sean Fernandez, Manipal, Udupi

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    Mr with so many names and residences. Talk about the place you are currently residing at. Toronto or Toranto... Your introduction is lengthier than your comment.

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  • Paul, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    First should Lockdown your mouth. No need such big introduction with your green card ,red card ......What are you trying to show off ????????, Sitting wherever you are with your green card .What you saying Lockdown . Come down to India See how many people are suffering from this covid ....

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  • Sridevi, Mangalore

    Tue, Apr 13 2021

    Sir forgot to mention your Aadhar, Pan, Ration, card number. Please update Vehicle registration nos also

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