Vehicles rushed on the streets in Alwar Jaipur
Vehicles rushed on the streets in Alwar all day...
Lock down of the state government and the flag of Section 144 was seen flying. Two-wheelers and four-wheelers ran on the streets of the city since morning
The impact of the Janata curfew was widely seen in the district on the Prime Minister's call to deal with the Corona virus, but a day later, on Monday, the state government's lock-down and section 144 flag were seen flying. Two-wheelers and four-wheelers ran on the streets of the city since morning.
People sat outside the shops without work and were seen roaming the city. Grocery, vegetable and fruit shops were crowded. People were competing to buy everyday items. Taking advantage of this, the black marketers increased the price of every important item. Despite the ban, e-rickshaws and autos also kept people moving from here to there. Strictness was also shown by the district administration in many places. For the cradle of section 144, the police chased the crowd gathered in the city several times.
Collector Indrajit Singh and SP Parish Deshmukh took the round of the city and advised the people not to get out of work and not to gather together, but the explanation of the officials was ineffective. However, the rest of the market remained closed except for hospitals, medicine, fruits, vegetables, grocery, milk, petrol pumps and LPG.