New Delhi, 29/12(AO Bureau) : There is now a concern about the new form of Coronavirus spreading from Britain. Many countries have canceled all flights coming from Britain. There are only a few days left to welcome the new year 2021. But this time, many restrictions have been imposed in the country in view of the Corona pandemic, which can make the New Year celebrations already faded. If you too are planning to go to a party somewhere for celebrating New Year, then it is very important to know these rules before that.
Night curfew in Maharashtra
In view of Coronavirus infection, the Maharashtra government has imposed a night curfew in the state from December 22 to January 5. Under this, curfew will be applicable every night for 7 hours at night. Its time is from 11 am to 6 am. Most cities prohibit celebrating the New Year in public places.
Ban in Karnataka also till 2 January
In Karnataka too, in view of the danger of corona infection, the state government has banned all the pubs, clubs, and restaurants from December 30 to January 2 for the celebration of the New Year. However, the night curfew has been lifted in the state recently. There are strict restrictions on the event.
Restrictions in Uttarakhand
In Dehradun, Uttarakhand, the administration has issued strict guidelines regarding public celebrations on the New Year. These instructions of the administration will be strictly implemented in all pubs and restaurants in Dehradun, Rishikesh, and Mussoorie. Those who violate these rules will be dealt with under the provisions of the Disaster Management Act 2005 and the Epidemic Diseases Act as well as the IPC.
Night curfew in 8 districts of Himachal Pradesh
Night curfew has been imposed in 8 districts during the Corona epidemic in the tourist favorite state of Himachal Pradesh till 5 January. These districts include prominent places including Shimla, Kangra, Kullu, and Mandi.
Night curfew in Punjab till 1 January
In view of the corona epidemic, the Amarinder government of Punjab has imposed a night curfew from 10 am to 5 am till 1 January. According to a guideline issued by the Punjab government, on December 11, a guideline was issued, which prohibits the gathering of more than 100 people at home or other inside places and 250 at outdoor places.
Strictness in Uttar Pradesh too
In Uttar Pradesh too, restrictions can be imposed on New Year celebrations in many cities. At the same time, these restrictions are already in force in Gautam Buddha Nagar i.e. Noida. The administration has issued specific guidelines for this. Under this, the organizer of the new year party will have to give the entire details to the concerned DCP. At the same time, no more than 100 people can participate in any event.