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Section 144 imposed in Mumbai till May 17th Corona virus lockdown, no movement of persons allowed from 8AM to 7PM, as per Mumbai Police

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Pranaya Ashok, Deputy Commissioner pf Police (Operational), Greater Mumbai, issued an order, prohibiting presence or movement of one or more persons in public places. He also prohibited the movement of any vehicle carrying such persons.

Section 144 imposed in Mumbai

Mumbai. Mumbai Police has promulgated an order that prohibits the movement of one or more persons for nonessential activities from 8AM to 7PM till the lockdown for corona virus COVID-19 continues up to May 17th, 2020. This order was issued under section 144 of the CrPC.

This order was issued by Pranaya Ashok, who is the DCP Operations at Greater Mumbai. He strictly prohibited any movement of one or more than one persons or any vehicle carrying such persons from 8AM to 7PM till May 17th of this year.

But this restriction is not applicable to individuals, who are travelling for medical reasons. The order also states that the movement of one or more than one person will be regulated from 8AM to 7PM, as per the new lockdown guidelines issued by the Maharashtra Government.

Moreover, the restrictions on social distancing norms must be followed at all times. People must maintain a minimum distance of 6 feet between them. It is stated in that order. The orde also states that any individual contravening this Mumbai Police’s order will be punishable under section 188 of the Indian Penal code. This order will remain in force till midnight of May 17th, 2020.

Maharashtra is the worst affected state in the country with this corona virus disease. It has 14,541 cases so far. Gujarat follows this state with 5,804 cases. Maharashtra also recorded 583 death due to corona infection. Though 2,465 people have recovered from this deadly infection in this state.

Delhi is the third state in the list. It has 4,898 cases. It is as per the data made available by the Health Ministry of India.

The other states that have recorded a sharp rise in corona cases are Madhya Pradesh, that has 2,942 cases, Rajasthan that has 3,061 cases, TamilNadu that has 3,550 cases and Uttar Pradesh that has 2,766 cases.

Maharashtra has the highest number of Corona deaths, among all the states in India. Gujarat has the second highest death toll, that is 319 deaths. Madhya Pradesh has recorded the third highest deaths, numbering to 165, followed by Rajasthan and Delhi with he tallies 77 and 64, respectively.

Among other major states, Andhra Pradesh has reported 1,650 cases and 36 deaths so far. Bihar has registered 528 cases and four deaths, Haryana 517 cases and six deaths, Jammu and Kashmir 726 cases and 8 deaths, Karnataka 651 cases and 27 deaths and Kerala with 500 cases and 4 deaths.

The states of Tripura, Mizoram, Puducherry, Manipur and Arunachala Pradesh have reported less than ten cases each.

The lockdown in the country has been further extended up to May 17th, 2020. It is intended to curb the spread of deadly corona virus in the country. But some restrictions have been eased at this time in places where infection appears to be coming under control.

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