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There was silence during the curfew in the night and in the morning the crowd appeared in the same area.
- Night curfew was imposed in Vadodara, Rajkot and Surat and 57-hour curfew in Ahmedabad
- CM Vijay Rupani said- Now only four night curfew will be in these four cities, strict action will be taken
Due to rising cases of corona in Gujarat, 57 hours in Ahmedabad and night curfew were imposed in Vadodara, Rajkot and Surat. CM Vijay Rupani said on Sunday that now only a night curfew will be imposed in these cities from Monday and it will be strictly followed.
Night curfew was successful in these cities, but crowds rose again during the day and the guidelines of Corona were set aside. The fear of epidemics in the people gets reduced by the day. This is clearly visible in the photos that have surfaced.
Fear of lockdown among people, that’s why buying ration
When Bhaskar’s team interacted with people about this, it was found that people are afraid of lockdown. However, the government has said that the lockdown will not be imposed, but people are not ready to believe. Many people said that in the same way the lockdown was gradually lengthened and starvation had come to an end. At least buy and keep food and drink.
Crowd at Gondwali Market in Rajkot during the day after night curfew.
All major markets including Mangal Bazaar, Nava Bazaar, Ravpura, Dandia Bazaar, MG Road in Vadodara city were closed half an hour before the curfew was imposed. But as soon as the curfew was lifted in the morning, all the markets were crowded. From grocery stores to vegetable market, people showed up.
Kalavad Road in Rajkot, Gondwali Market had the same condition. There was a crowd in all the markets, from milk and grocery. However, due to strict police checks at Kalavad Road, Yagnik Road and Morbi Road in the city, the movement of vehicles was less than other days.
There was such an atmosphere in the Punagaam vegetable market of Surat from this morning, as if the city is going to be locked down. The same condition of APMC market in Punagaam. Where people were seen blown away by social distancing while shopping for vegetables and vegetables. Many people appeared in the market without a mask.
There is a curfew in Ahmedabad from 9 am Friday to 6 am Monday. However, there are discounts for travelers coming from outside. They can come and go by showing tickets. At the same time, the Manpa and the police have made arrangements to deliver food to the people living on the pavement and many workers’ settlements.
Crowds of people gathered to buy vegetables in Vadodara.
Many people were seen without a mask in Surat’s vegetable market.
Administration claims limited to papers only
Enforcement action is being claimed by the municipality wherever there is a crowd in Surat. But, looking at these pictures, it can be said that the action is less on the ground and more on paper. Let me tell you, in the case of Corona, Surat has been the second most afflicted city in Gujarat after Ahmedabad.