Mumbai: An FIR filed against certain restaurants and pubs for violating Kovid rules

The situation in Maharashtra for Corona is not good compared to the country. In such a situation, the administration is once again harsh on people’s negligence. An FIR was lodged last night against some restaurants and pubs on Vira Desai Road in Andheri West, Mumbai for violating Kovid-19 rules. This information was provided by the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC).

Increasing coronavirus cases in Maharashtra have raised concerns of the government. Now a 12 hour curfew is being implemented in the state. State relief and rehabilitation minister Vijay Waddeewar said on Sunday that the government could take a decision soon.

In addition, over 50 marriages are also being considered for fines up to Rs 1 lakh. Speaking to Vijaya Wadettiver, ‘Coronavirus cases are rapidly increasing in many districts of Maharashtra. Because of this, all district officials have been ordered to strictly enforce the rules to combat corona. They have been empowered to enforce stricter rules at their level to combat corona. ‘

The minister said, “After the rapid rise in corona cases in districts like Nagpur, Amaravati and Yavatmal, the Maharashtra government is thinking of imposing a night curfew. The meeting will be held soon under the chairmanship of CM Uddhav Thackeray, which can be decided. This curfew is not applicable late at night but is only applicable from 5pm and until 5am the next morning. Thus, a 12-hour curfew is expected in Maharashtra. In fact, in the last few days, new cases of corona have been reported in many districts of Maharashtra. There were 6,281 new corona cases reported in the state on Saturday, with 40 people killed. The Maharashtra government has been very cautious as these figures were revealed in the last 24 hours.