K Palaniswami announces a 12-day increased lockdown starting Friday, in Chennai and 3 Different Locale. Chief Minister K Palaniswami on June 15 reported a lockdown in Chennai, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, and Chengalpattu locale between June 19-30 subject to certain relaxations for basic and essential services.
Individuals in Chennai and three neighboring areas on Thursday prepared for a 12-day increased lockdown, starting Friday, to forestall the spread of the coronavirus contamination. Chief Minister K Palaniswami on June 15 declared a lockdown in Chennai, Kancheepuram, Tiruvallur, and Chengalpattu locale between June 19-30 subject to certain relaxations for basic and essential services.
With the lockdown to begin from Friday, the state capital saw some swarming at the vegetable and basic food item shops as a major aspect of frenzy purchasing despite the fact that the state government had reported shops will be kept open during the following 12 days.
A decent number of individuals living in the city rural areas chose to gather their sacks and go to their local towns to get away from the lockdown, for the most part, because of financial reasons. Overwhelming traffic was seen on the streets driving out of Chennai and the cost doors were obstructed with vehicles. Attributable to the swarming, cost assortment was suspended with the goal that the vehicles can go through quicker.
While some were leaving because of financial reasons like the absence of work during the following 12 days, others were returning so as to escape from the contamination.
In the interim, the government has ordered the conclusion of the meeting to slow down for the following 12 days to keep the infection from spreading. Palaniswami additionally reported that the Amma canteens will proceed to capacity and food will be without given of cost to the individuals.
The government has permitted apportion shops to work from 8 am to 2 pm, however, those in regulation zones will stay shut and doorstep conveyance of things will be made. Vegetables, basic food items, petroleum outlets will work between 6 am and 2 pm, while portable vegetables, natural product shops will be permitted between 8 am and 2 pm.
Inns and cafés are permitted just bundle deals between 6 am and 8 pm. Online players are permitted to acknowledge requests and make doorstep conveyances. Chennai Police commissioner AK Viswanathan said principle streets like Anna Salai and others will be shut for traffic for the following 12 days. He likewise asked the residents to do their looking for fundamental things inside two kilometer-range from their homes and without utilizing their vehicles.
Viswanathan additionally cautioned of extreme police activity against the individuals who abuse the lockdown orders, saying automatons will be utilized to screen and control the violators.