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Zuki government in front of Corona, curfew in 20 cities across the state from midnight on Wednesday to April 30 from 8 pm to 6 am

 High Court's Suomoto as Corona's condition worsens: Zuki government in front of Corona, curfew in 20 cities across the state from midnight on Wednesday to April 30 from 8 pm to 6 am


Night curfew will be imposed in 20 cities of Gujarat.

Besides Ahmedabad, Vadodara, Rajkot, Surat, night curfew in Gandhinagar, Junagadh, Jamnagar, Bhavnagar, Anand, Nadiad, Mehsana, Morbi, Patan, Godhra, Dahod, Bhuj, Gandhidham, Bharuch, Surendranagar and Amreli.

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Only 100 guests will be able to attend the wedding, and government offices will be closed every Saturday until the 30th

Ban on political as well as social events and gatherings, decision to close all major events

Big events canceled till April 30, 100 people allowed in weddings, Gandhinagar-Mo. Hadaf elections unchanged

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The Gujarat High Court, in a hearing on Corona's condition, had directed the government to impose a 3-4-day curfew or lockdown to break the chain of transition in the state. After the meeting of the Care Committee, Chief Minister Vijay Rupani announced night curfew in 20 districts of the state, including 8 Municipal Corporations, from 8 pm to 6 am. 

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Prior to the meeting, the Chief Minister and the Deputy Chief Minister discussed the issue through a video conference between Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Principal Secretary to Prime Minister PK Mishra, in which it was said that the Union team would visit Gujarat shortly. 

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The situation had improved in December-January after the Corona case had earlier escalated during Diwali, but the state has seen a surge in rallies and matches in district-taluka panchayat elections in addition to municipal corporations.


The night curfew in these 20 cities will be implemented from Wednesday





















These 9 biggest announcements of the government late at night after the suggestion of the High Court

Curfew now from 8pm to 6am in 20 districts, including 8 municipalities.

Companies producing oxygen will now have to give 70 per cent to the health department instead of 60 per cent.

Not 200 but only 100 guests allowed on wedding occasions.

Ban on large political, social gatherings until April 30. No more than 50 people can gather.

Elections will be held in Gandhinagar, Morwahadaf as per the SOP of the Election Commission.

Government offices will be closed Saturday-Sunday until April 30. Visitors will be limited in the current days.

In government hospitals, 30 per cent of the beds are empty, it is not true that the beds are full.

3 lakh remedivir injections ordered, will be available at district headquarters in 2 days.

The secretaries in charge will have to pay adequate attention to the control of the corona in the city assigned to them, the work of the department will have to be partial.

Decision of night curfew after meeting of core committee chaired by CM

Decision of night curfew after meeting of core committee chaired by CM

No restrictions on political gatherings

After the meeting, the chief minister said that the secretaries and officials in charge of each district and city would have to carry out only the work related to Kovid and they would have to suspend the activities of their government departments for the time being. As the Gandhinagar Municipal Corporation general election is on April 18 and the Morwa Hadaf assembly seat by-election is on April 17, the state government has not imposed restrictions on political rallies or seats in these areas. With the exception of these two areas, restrictions will be enforced in all other areas. However, in these areas, the guidelines laid down by the Election Commission pertaining to Kovid will have to be strictly followed.

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