Like us!
Follow us!
Whatsapp!
Follow us
Current Affairs
Jobs

9+

Results
Admit Cards

Section 144 to be Reimposed in all the states of Rajasthan from Saturday as COVID-19 Cases Spike in State

Section 144 to be Reimposed in all the states of Rajasthan from Saturday as COVID-19 Cases Spike in State

Saturday 21st November 2020

Looking at the rising cases of coronavirus in the state, the Ashok Gehlot government on Friday announced that restrictions will be reimposed under Section 144 from Saturday.

Announcing the order, the state government said powers have been given to all district magistrates to bring back the prohibitions under Section 144 across all districts of Rajasthan. The order further stated that the District Magistrate can impose Section 144 for a longer period only after consulting the state government.

The development comes after Rajasthan on Thursday reported 15 more COVID-19 fatalities, taking the death toll to 2,116, while 2,549 new cases pushed the state’s infection tally to 2,34,907.

Looking at the rising coronavirus cases, the Central government had on Thursday had sent a central team to Rajasthan. The central teams were also sent to Haryana, Gujarat, and Manipur to support these states’ efforts towards strengthening containment, surveillance, testing, and efficient clinical management of coronavirus positive cases.

On Friday, the total number of coronavirus cases in India mounted to 90,04,365 and the death toll to 1,32,162, with the infection claiming 584 lives in a span of 24 hours.

In Rajasthan, the death toll from the coronavirus infection stands at 403 in Jaipur, 210 in Jodhpur, 160 in Ajmer, 154 in Bikaner, 120 in Kota, 98 in Bharatpur, 81 in Udaipur, and 81 in Pali.

Looking at the rising cases of coronavirus in the state, the Ashok Gehlot government on Friday announced that restrictions will be reimposed under Section 144 from Saturday. Announcing the order, the state government said powers have been given to all district magistrates to bring back the prohibitions under Section 144 across all districts of Rajasthan. The order further stated that the District Magistrate can impose Section 144 for a longer period only after consulting the state government. The development comes after Rajasthan on Thursday reported 15 more COVID-19 fatalities, taking the death toll to 2,116, while 2,549 new cases pushed the state's infection tally to 2,34,907. Looking at the rising coronavirus cases, the Central government had on Thursday had sent a central team to Rajasthan. The central teams were also sent to Haryana, Gujarat, and Manipur to support these states' efforts towards strengthening containment, surveillance, testing, and efficient clinical management of coronavirus positive cases. On Friday, the total number of coronavirus cases in India mounted to 90,04,365 and the death toll to 1,32,162, with the infection claiming 584 lives in a span of 24 hours.

The development has come after Rajasthan on Thursday reported 2,549 new cases of Coronavirus, taking the state’s infection tally to 2,34,907. 15 people lost lives in the past 24 hours, pushing the death toll to 2,116.

In the wake of rising cases of Coronavirus, every state government is taking precautionary steps to control the spread of the novel virus. While states like Madhya Pradesh, Delhi have refused to impose any lockdown, the Ashok Gehlot-led Rajasthan government has reportedly decided to reimpose restrictions under Section 144 starting Saturday, November 21.

The development has come after Rajasthan on Thursday reported 2,549 new cases of Coronavirus, taking the state’s infection tally to 2,34,907. As per the latest updates, 15 people lost lives in the past 24 hours, pushing the death toll to 2,116.

For the first time in the last eight months, a record 538 positive cases were found in Jaipur on November 16 in a single day. There were 450 cases on November 11, 460 cases on November 12, 475 cases on November 13, 406 cases on November 14 and 498 cases on November 15, 538 cases on November 16 and 484 cases on November 17, 468 on November 18.

Looking at the sudden spike in the Covid cases in the state, the central government on Thursday sent a central team to various states including Haryana, Gujarat, Rajasthan, and Manipur to extend a helping hand in strengthening containment, surveillance, testing, and efficient clinical management of coronavirus positive cases

 

Facebook