Night Curfew in Delhi for two days to restrict New Year Celebrations

There will be a ban on 11 December night from 11 am to 6 am on January 1 and on January 1 night from 11 am to 2 January morning.

Yogita S.

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Published on 31 Dec 2020 4:34 AM GMT

Night Curfew in Delhi for two days to restrict New Year Celebrations
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New Delhi: On the last day of the year 2020, people from all over the world are busy preparing for the New Year celebrations. The year 2020 was extremely bad for the people. Due to which people are eagerly waiting for the new year. But the corona outbreak still continues. Due to which night curfew will be imposed in many states. If you are thinking of going out with your friends, then you will have to keep an eye on the guidelines of your states.

2 days night curfew in Delhi

There will be a night curfew in the capital Delhi today and tomorrow. There will be a ban on 11 December night from 11 am to 6 am on January 1 and on January 1 night from 11 am to 2 January morning.

Section 144 in Bengaluru

In view of Corona virus infection, Section 144 has been imposed in Bengaluru. There is a ban on any kind of DJ event here. The same city's major flyovers will remain closed at night. Celebrations are not allowed in public places. To celebrate in a hotel or pub, booking coupons are required.

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Gathering banned in Kerala

The Kerala government has banned any kind of gathering on the new year. All celebrations have been ordered to end by night 10.

Celebration banned in pub-hotel in Odisha

New Year celebrations have been banned in a hotel, restaurant, pub or club on 31 December, 1 January in Odisha.

Night curfew relaxation in Punjab

Night curfew has been relaxed to some extent before the New Year celebrations in Punjab. But even after this, this year is going to be faded for the rest of the years. All hotels, bars are incurring huge losses. There is often a turnover of 100 crores on New Year in Mohali-Chandigarh, but this time due to Corona, most people are preferring to stay in homes.

No bullying in Shimla hotels

This time hotels in Shimla, Himachal, do not have full bookings. There is a night curfew and gathering in the hotel-bar-pub is banned.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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