Kerala High Court seeks a report from the state government on protest against the Corona ban. The Kerala High Court has sought a report from the state government on the recent protests against the Coronavirus ban. The court will next hear the case on Friday.
Earlier the Kerala High Court had imposed a complete ban on all protests in public places till 31 July. However, these restrictions were later extended to 31 August. A bench of Chief Justice S Manikumar and Justice Shaji P Chaily asked if Unlock-4 allows 100 people to gather by wearing a Disha mask.
The court asked this considering a batch of petitions alleging violations of the lockdown ban by protesters across the state. The state government submitted that the new guidelines will come into force only on 21 September.
It is known that Kerala is the first state in the country where corona infected cases were reported, although the first death due to this virus occurred in Karnataka.
In the current situation, the infection of Carona in Kerala is spreading at a rapid pace. There have been 1 lakh 10 thousand 818 cases. At the same time, the death toll has reached 454.
Kerala: Salon owner’s generosity, giving free hair cut for children and elderly
A saloon owner in Kerala has shown generosity in the Corona period. He is providing free hair cut facilities to children and the elderly in this time of crisis in his salon. Actually, the owner of a barbershop in Katrikadavu has provided this facility.
The owner named Gopi said that children up to 14 years of their salons are getting their hair cut free of cost, as well as the elderly can get their hair cut for free.
Meanwhile, VK Sasikala, a close aide of former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister late Jayalalithaa, is likely to be released on January 27, 2021, from the Central Jail, Bengaluru, where she is serving a sentence in a disgruntled property case. However, her release can be deferred till 27 February 2022 if she does not pay the in-default fine.