Don't try to break the rule of Lockdown, it may open the door of the jail for you. Lockdown rules are instantly created by the government of the country due to saving the country from the danger of the Coronavirus or COVID-19. Police have been given the power to enforce the strict rules to save form the Coronavirus.
Boris Johnson (Prime Minister of the United Kingdom): Has also put the United Kingdon into lockdown in a desperate bid to stop the spread of Coronavirus COVID-19. Boris Johnson also announced the strict restrictions that all the people stay at home, restrictions to go outside, going outside only for brief exercise and to purchase food.
In India: According to an official statement on Monday, 'The Centre has asked the state government to strictly enforce lockdown and take legal action against those who don't follow the rules'. Jail if you break rules! To ensure this rule not to be broken by people the government implement of these measures, the government has invoked Sections 51 to 60 of the Disaster Management of Act which mandates up to 2 years of Imprisonment for any violation by individuals, companies or officials involved in implementation.
On 24 March 2020 (Tuesday) the prime minister of India Mr. Narendra Modi has announced the lockdown date increased for 21-days. All government offices, the office's state, and all union territory governments, autonomous institutions, public corporations, the private, commercial, industrial establishment shall remain closed as per the rule issued by the ministry guidelines. But also said that the following shops will be remained opened; Fair price shops and shops those dealing with food, groceries, fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat, fish, animal fodder.
As per the guidelines, Banks, insurance offices, print and electronic media will also remain open no rule affects this. But all other transportation services like; air, road, railway shall be not opened and those people who have booked their tickets will be refunded them. The Union Home Minister has issued the very strict guidelines for the enforcement of 21-day complete nationwide lockdown in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
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