Heavy exit in lockdown: Delhi Delhi
Heavy exit in lockdown: Delhi
The state government has appealed to the people to stay in the house and many other instructions have been issued. At 8:00 pm on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the country. There was talk of complete lock down in the entire country. The lock down will continue till April 14 across the country. Police is taking action against those who do not follow the law.
Meanwhile, Delhi Police is also taking action against those who violate the lockdown. Delhi Police has registered 183 FIRs on the first day. More than 5000 people who violated the lock down have been taken into custody by police and seized several vehicles. People are not allowed to move out of the house, but some people tried to get out of the house by taking it jokingly, after which action was taken on them from the administration. The Delhi Police has arrested many people with great vigor.
On Wednesday, Delhi Police continued to work diligently to ensure complete lock down. Cases have been registered under sections 188 and 183 of the IPC for violating the law. Not only this, the Delhi Police arrested 5106 people under Section 65 of the IPC, due to which 956 vehicles were seized under the Delhi Police Act 66. Many people have also been warned by the police. Let us know that during lockdown, only people from banks, dairy, ATMs, everyday items, media and some very important areas are allowed to go out during lockdown.