Shivraj Singh Chouhan: 60-hour lockdown to be held in MP urban areas

Apr 08 2021 12:10 PM
Shivraj Singh Chouhan: 60-hour lockdown to be held in MP urban areas

Bhopal: Corona infection is on the rise in Madhya Pradesh. In view of the growing havoc in corona, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said, "All urban areas across Madhya Pradesh will be locked down from 6 pm on Friday to 6 am on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.'' We are also creating an entertainment sector in big cities. That will also be closed. My intention has never been to lockdown. Yes, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has recently announced that all urban areas across Madhya Pradesh will be locked down from 6 pm on Friday to 6 am on Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.

 

 

At the same time, Shivraj Singh Chouhan has also said that he has no intention of lockdown. In the past, Shivraj Singh Chouhan had requested 24 hours of health. During that time, he was sitting near the Gandhi statue in the Minto Hall complex in Bhopal. During that time, CM Shivraj had said, "Today is a historic day. Today, that journey came to an end. Gandhi Ji did Satyagraha and liberated the country, the Prime Minister made a clean request and made the country clean, I am sitting on a health request today. Corona infection is increasing rapidly, the way to prevent infection is to self-discipline, wear masks, keep distance safe. We have to keep this distance or we have to go to the kick-down, which I don't want. It is a health urge, a request to wear masks, an insistence on keeping a distance, the society should understand its responsibility. Understand the meaning of masks. M - Mine, A - Yours, S - Security, K - Armor. The mask is my protective shield.''

However, in view of the growing corona havoc in MP, strict action is being taken and efforts are being made to eliminate corona infection.

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