Maharashtra issues new corona guideline, sues if rules are violated

Mumbai: The municipal commissioner of Pimpri Chinchwad in Maharashtra has issued a new order to celebrate Christmas and New Year. The order states that anyone found violating the state government's guidelines on Corona will be booked under Section 188 of the IPC. Section 3 of the Epidemic Act of 1897 talks about whether anyone who breaks government protocol can be punished under Section 188 of the IPC (IPC).

The same Maharashtra government issued new instructions on Thursday for the upcoming Christmas festival. The government has allowed simple Christmas events to be performed by following all corona rules and avoiding crowds both inside and outside religious places. At midnight on December 24-25, churchgoers will be approved only up to 50 percent of the capacity of all churches, with sanitization, face masks, physical distancing mandatory.

The same program advises the singer's troupe to maintain enough distance as well as use different mics. While no stalls and shops outside churches will be allowed to ensure cleanliness. No major events, processions, rallies, fireworks, or other ceremonies attracting large crowds will be approved anywhere and all are expected to follow the guidelines issued by local civic bodies or district officials.

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