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Night Curfew in MP's Indore-Bhopal from today; Read Guidelines!

All the markets and shops will be closed after 8 pm in 8 cities of the state. The government has taken this step as a precaution due to increasing Corona infection.

Yogita S.

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Published on 17 March 2021 6:40 AM GMT

Night Curfew in MPs Indore-Bhopal from today; Read Guidelines!
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New Delhi: Night curfew will remain in Madhya Pradesh's capital Bhopal and Indore from Wednesday. Its duration will be from 10 o'clock in the night to 6 o'clock in the morning. Apart from this, all the markets and shops will be closed after 8 pm in 8 cities of the state. The government has taken this step as a precaution due to increasing Corona infection.

Night Curfew in Madhya Pradesh:

Due to the deterioration of the corona situation again, night curfew is being imposed again in Bhopal and Indore from March 17. Its decision was taken in a meeting chaired by CM Shivraj Singh on Tuesday. All shops and business establishments in both cities will remain closed from 10 am to 6 am.

Bhopal Collector Avinash Lavania told that all shops and other business establishments will remain closed from 10 am to 6 am in Bhopal city due to increase in the number of covid patients according to the instructions. There will be a stay on exit of people.

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Guidelines in Madhya Pradesh:

This ban will not be applicable on chemists, ration and catering shops. Unnecessary traffic will remain closed. Only essential services like hospital, airport, railway station, bus stand will be allowed to and fro. Regularly patrolling will be made to keep an eye on that people do not unnecessarily leave the road from 10 am to 6 am.

No Gathering allowed in Bhopal:

Events of Holi processions, fairs etc. will be banned in Bhopal district. All social, educational, political, religious, sports, entertainment and cultural programs (which involve more than 100 persons) to be held in the open field and location will have to be obtained from the district administration. Action will also be taken against shopkeepers who do not follow masks and social distancing at shops and other business establishments.

The markets will remain closed after 10 pm in 8 cities of Madhya Pradesh, Jabalpur, Gwalior, Ujjain, Ratlam, Chhindwara, Burhanpur, Betul and Khargone. There will not be a curfew like situation in these cities, but the market will inevitably have to be closed. This order will also be applicable from the night of 17 March.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

Media Graduate, News Editor and PR Enthusiast.

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