Jaipur: In Rajasthan, the government has announced a lockdown from Thursday night. The Gehlot government has ordered that there will be a lockdown in the state from May 10 to May 24.
This lockdown in Rajasthan will start from 5 am on May 10 and will continue till 5 am on May 24. Meanwhile, the marriage ceremony has been banned in the state till 31 May. No events related to marriage will be allowed until May 31.
According to the order, marriages can be conducted at home or in the court, in which 11 people will be allowed. This will have to be reported to the government on the Kovid portal. Along with this, the marriage garden and other wedding venues will remain closed.
At the same time, wedding venue owners, tent houses, marriage halls, catering and band Baja players, etc., will have to return the advance amount or adjust if it is held later.
MNREGA works in rural areas will be postponed
The order states that MNREGA works in rural areas will be postponed. Along with this, all types of religious places will remain closed. The medical department will issue separate guidelines regarding the attendant for the care of the hospitalized patients.
Ban on transportation
In addition to medical services, all types of private and government transport buses, jeeps, etc. will be completely closed. Bus, auto, tempo, tractor, jeep etc. will not be allowed for the procession.
There will be a complete ban on all types of traffic in the state except medical other emergency and permitted categories, from one district to another district, from one city to another, from city to village, from village to city and from village to village.
Rules for those coming from outside
Passengers coming from outside the state must show a 72-hour RTPCR report. Quarantine will be done for 15 days if negative check is not given. At the same time, units related to industries and construction will be able to work.
Buses can be operated for workers. During this time shops related to construction materials will not open. The remaining business activities will be allowed under the Public Discipline Fortnight issued on April 30. District Collectors and Police Commissioners may impose strict restrictions as per local requirement in the Containment Zone.