Mamta's government of Bengal is very strict about the virus. The government is not giving any kind of exemption to those who violate the order of lockdown. 1003 people who were unnecessarily roaming outside have been arrested and a case has been registered against them under Section 188 of the Indian Penal Code. Many people have also been left with warnings. Policemen are constantly patrolling important places in major cities and suburbs of all 23 districts of Bengal including Kolkata.
By announcing the loudspeaker, people are being appealed to stay in homes, although a section of people is still not getting the hawk. In Kolkata, people roaming in the open from various areas including Park Circus, Tallygunge, Sealdah, Maulali, Khidirpur, Tengera, Baliganj have been arrested. In Howrah, adjacent to Kolkata, 117 people roaming outside have been arrested. In many places, policemen have been deployed in plain clothes, although despite such strictness of police, a section of people is not getting hawk.
In Ranaghat area of Nadia district on Tuesday, many people were seen walking on the road like normal days. The police arrested some people and sent the rest home to warn them. Crowds of people were seen in the markets of Jalpaiguri district of North Bengal in the morning. A similar situation was seen at various places in various districts including North and South 24 Parganas, Hooghly, East and West Bardhaman, North and South Dinajpur, Malda, Murshidabad, Purulia.