Corona infection is once again growing rapidly. Hearing a PIL filed regarding this, the Allahabad High Court has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to consider imposing a lockdown for 7-10 days. A day earlier on 13 April, according to a report in the Indian Express, the Allahabad High Court has asked the Uttar Pradesh government to consider the possibility of a complete lockdown in the districts where Chetwani has been involved in corona infection cases in the last two to three weeks. Has increased to the level of. The court has termed the night curfew as a very small step. The Allahabad Bench of the High Court of Justice Siddharth Verma and Justice Ajit Kumar has allowed the state government to mobilize a maximum of 50 people at one place.
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The small step told to Night Curfew
The Allahabad High Court called the night curfew a very small step. According to the court, this can only prevent the gathering of more people on the night parties and religious occasions of Ramadan and Navratri. According to the court, a lockdown should be imposed for at least a week or 10 days. The court said that if the lives of the people remain, then the people will again improve their economic condition and the economy will also improve.
Order to acquire open spaces near cities
The court has directed all the district administrative officers of the state to implement the guidelines issued by the state government on April 11 strongly. Apart from this, the court has directed the government to acquire open spaces in the urban areas of those districts which are badly affected due to Corona. The government can temporarily set up a Level 1 hospital at these empty places. The court said that District Administration should ensure large scale testing at all centers.