Metro rail services to remain closed on weekend curfew in the state, ban on many things

Bengaluru: Corona has wreaked havoc in every state of the country and meanwhile metro rail services will remain suspended on Saturday and Sunday in view of Bengaluru Metro Rail Corporation Limited in Karnataka. In Karnataka, a weekend curfew has been imposed with the already imposed night curfew in view of the increasing corona cases so that people leave their homes less during the weekend and avoid going into any kind of rush. The State Government has issued new guidelines.

 

Night curfew will be in force in the state from 9 pm on April 21 to 6 am on May 4. At the same time, weekend curfew will be in force from 9 pm on Friday to 6 am on Monday. Educational institutions, coaching centers, malls, cinema halls, stadiums, sports complexes, gyms, swimming pools, rallies, dharna demonstrations have been banned in the state. However, there will be a discount to hold games in the stadium without an audience.

On the other hand, only parcel service is allowed from the restaurant. There is a ban on sitting inside and eating. All religious places will remain closed to devotees. However, people living in temples can do religious activities. No one from outside will be allowed to go to the religious place. Interstate buses and goods vehicles have not been banned in Karnataka. However, in order to reduce congestion in buses, the government has ordered the government and private transport companies to keep 50 percent of seats vacant. Earlier, only 50% of the capacity of the passenger was being charged in the Metro also. But now it has been decided to stop metro rail services with a weekend curfew.

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