Karnataka government says the Kerala border is closed for the safety of the people of Corona. CM Vijayan appealed to the Prime Minister to intervene

The number of new cases of corona is on the rise again. There are a large number of active cases of corona in Kerala. Meanwhile, only the people from the state of Kerala, their Corona report .The Karnataka government has decided that it will be negative. The decision was supported by Dr Ashwathnarayan, Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka.

“We are not trying to close the borders. We are only trying to ensure the safety of those people. I support the decision of the state government,” he said.

The decision of the Karnataka government is opposed by the Kerala government. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has sought Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s intervention in the matter. He said the traffic between Kerala and Karnataka should not be stopped. In a letter sent to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said many people, including students, trucks and patients, are facing problems at the state border due to the ban.

Vijayan has drawn the Prime Minister’s attention on the issue, saying that the inter-state movement of the people of the states is against the guidelines of the central government. Vijayan said, “I urge you to immediately intervene in this matter to protect the people from Kerala to neighboring Karnataka from hardship.”

With the rise of the Kovid-19 cases, the Karnataka government has increased the restrictions on passengers coming from Kerala. Due to this, people traveling to Mangalore and other parts of Dakshina Kannada face a lot of problems. Long-range vehicles were found on the border Monday morning as several roads, including the National Highway, were sealed. Access is only allowed for those with a Kovid-19 disinfection certificate.

According to Karnataka officials posted at the border, ich those who are entering the state are being asked to show an RT-PCR check certificate 72 hours before the visit. People are allowed to enter Karnataka only after checking the certificates of health and police personnel posted at the border in Mangalore taluk, talukadi of Bantwal, Netanyage-Mudanur in Puttur taluk and Jalsur in Sullia.