After Lockdown announcement in Delhi, hundreds queue up outside liquor shops
Coronavirus has created a stir in the country's capital, Delhi.
New Delhi: Corona virus has created a stir in the country's capital, Delhi. Arvind Kejriwal Government, which has taken measures like night curfew and weekend curfew to control the corona, has imposed a six-day mini lockdown (Lockdown in Delhi) on Monday.
This will be applicable from 10 o'clock tonight till 5 o'clock in the morning of Monday i.e. 26 April. At the same time, the news of the lockdown increased the anxiety of the liquor enthusiasts and the crowd started appearing outside the liquor shops.
Queue outside alcohol shops:
Explain that after the announcement of the lockdown, a large number of people who bought liquor on a contract in Anand Vihar forgot the rules like access and social distancing. However, during this visit, policemen have been seen trying to follow social distancing.
Corona Lockdown and no social distancing:
Not only this, in addition to Anand Vihar, long queues are being seen outside liquor shops in Delhi including Khan Market, Gol Market, Khanpur, Tughlakabad, Rohini. Whereas, in most of the places, the rules of social distancing are seen flying fiercely.
Surely this view has brought back memories of the earlier lockdown. Let me tell you that during the first lockdown, there was a huge crowd at liquor shops and Delhi Police had to lathi-charge at many places to follow the rules of social distancing. When the situation did not improve even after the police action, the Delhi government had announced the closure of liquor shops. However, in addition to the rise in the prices of liquor, shops were opened with many restrictions.
CM Kejriwal announced the lockdown and appealed to the migrant laborers to leave Delhi and vote. This time will be spoiled for arrival. The government will take full care of you. We have taken this decision with difficulty. In these 6 days of lockdown, we will arrange beds on a large scale in Delhi. The central government is helping us. We are grateful for this.