Gujarat Lockdown News Today Gujarati: Gujarat High Court moots 4-day lockdown amid surging cases and deaths
As the daily case pervades the state, the Gujarat High Court in a suo moto hearing suggested imposing a three-four-day lockout or curfew to break the chain of the virus. Curfew from 8 pm to 6 pm, while all meetings, rallies or gatherings have been banned from 30 April. The decision came as 3,280 cases and 17 deaths were reported in the state in the last 24 hours, while active cases increased to 17,348 and the death toll stood at 4,598.
The Court stated that the COVID-19 situation in the state was getting “out of control”, and suggested that strict measures were needed to bring the situation under control as cases are increasing, hospital beds are full, Ventilators are in short supply, while waiting for the funeral / burial of the dead with increasing death.
Gujarat Lockdown News Today Gujarati
A division bench of Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice Bhargava Karia said a lockdown or curfew was needed to stop the spread of the virus.
Chief Justice Nath said that while the status of COVID-19 in Gujarat is “getting worse and out of control”, more than 3,000 cases have been coming up in the last few days. The Court considered that all types of gatherings, including political functions, should be controlled or closed.
“This investigation requires immediate and serious steps. Otherwise, the COVID-19 position will go out of hand, ”the bench remarked.
Chief Justice Nath said during an online hearing, “The state government had informed” Catch-22 “. “Status Regarding Lockdown.”
Chief Justice Nath said that the night curfew was imposed from 9 o’clock in the night. At 6 am in four major cities, was not proving effective.
“You can always open it after a curfew of three to four days. But, this curfew would help, I think. For example, in March 2020 there was initially a curfew for two days, three days, ”said Chief Justice Nath.