Home delivery will start in crowded plac Jaipur
Home delivery will start in crowded places...
The police stationed at the intersection questioned the youth who came out of the houses and sent them home. Shopkeepers were told not to give goods to the person without wearing a mask, write this information on the board.
Home delivery of vegetables and other household items is being implemented in most cities on the second day of the 21-day lockdown. The police held a meeting with the retail shop owners to implement this arrangement properly. After this, the police and administration have started strict. In many places, people followed social distancing. But, there have also been many places where there are views of overcrowding and breaking the rules. Challans are being cut for the exit and at the same time the police have warned that they can be sent to jail if they break the rules.
Jaipur: Home delivery of goods required will be 24 hours
After the initiative of the police, all companies will go door-to-door to deliver food items. This facility will be made available for 24 hours, so that the markets are not crowded. Along with this, vegetables will also be delivered through the bags. Lockdown was less visible in Jaipur's Parkote area than in other parts of the city. The streets, society and roads of Jaipur are also being sanitized. The police also fired at the bikes parked in the market.
The Ajmer administration has directed all grocery traders to put a price list at their shop to stop black marketing of food items. District Collector Vishwa Mohan Sharma asked the logistics officer to enforce the rule of displaying the price list of goods at all the shops. Failure to do so will be taken.
Four people have been arrested during the lockdown here, who were driving 1650 km of trucks and bringing illegal drugs and ganja to Rajasthan for supply. They were arrested in Dhilavati police station area of Bharatpur. It is said that during the lockdown, this truck reached Rajasthan from Srikakulam in Andhra Pradesh. About 400 kg of drugs were seized.
Markets were also deserted in Dudu, Fagi, Renwal Manji. The Kheda Balaji temple in Madhorajpura here was closed by the police administration. The MLA here Babu Lal Nagar has given two crore rupees. With this, people kept making fun of the lockdown in Jaisinghpur. Despite the sarpanch's refusal by the local administration, people came out of their homes. The police stationed at the intersections questioned the youth who came out of the houses and sent them home. In Vaishali Nagar, the police instructed the shopkeepers not to allow the mob. The police have asked the shopkeepers to put a board outside the shop, in which the matter of not giving the goods without a mask is written.
Those who have not followed the lockdown are being booked for violation of the Epidemic Disease Law-1897. It is an offense punishable under Section-188 of the IPC. Those breaking this can face up to 6 months in jail or a fine of Rs 1,000 or both.