Due to the ever-increasing number of Corona infections in the second wave, many cities including Indore and Ujine in Madhya Pradesh have been closed until April 19. In some cities, the lockdown was in effect from Friday night to Monday morning. It has been extended until April 19.
The decision was made at a video conference review meeting with provincial disaster management committees on Saturday chaired by Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan. The decision to prevent the epidemic was taken after detailed discussions with the district disaster management committees.
In this regard, the attorney / judge will issue orders under Section 144 as per the approval of the district disaster management committees.
Where to when to lock
Indore City, Rau Nagar, Mhow Nagar, Shajapur City, Ujjain City (and all cities of Ujjain District) until 6 a.m. on April 19.
Barwani, Rajgarh and Vidisha districts (in urban and rural areas) until 6 a.m. on April 19
Balaghat, Narsingpur, Sioni (urban and rural areas) and Jabalpur City from the night of 12 April to the morning of 22 April
Orgy of death in Bhopal, the cremation site, and less space in the cemetery
Amid the rapid spread of infection, the situation in the capital, Bhopal, has resulted from a shortage of space for cremation and graves here. Bhadada Vishram Ghat in Bhopal is slated to cremate the bodies of the dead Covid-19, but on Friday, eight bodies were returned after 41 bodies were cremated here. He was asked to come on Saturday morning.
A painful scene 37 years after the gas scandal in Bhopal
Such a distressing scene was seen in Bhopal after 37 years. During the first gas tragedy in 1984, there was a shortage of space for cremation at the crematorium and cemetery here. 2, More than 10,000 people lost their lives in the gas tragedy in Bhopal on the night of December 1984. Then there was a severe shortage of space for cremation at the Fisherham Ghats in Bhopal.