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Political Gatherings And Protests, Including Shaheen Bagh Anti CAA Protest, Banned In Delhi Amid Coronavirus

Lawstreet Journal 17 Mar 2020 10:33pm

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While discussing about the restrictions being exercised and whether they’d be applicable to Shaheen Bagh or not, not to mention which is the centre of the ‘Anti-CAA Protests’, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal replied, "This is applicable on all whether it is a protest or anything..."

Arvind Kejriwal said that all the political gatherings or protests including the one at Shaheen Bagh are to be banned in Delhi given the view of coronavirus outbreak. This announcement came on 16th March 2020, Monday stating that all the gatherings and protests of having over 50 people will not be allowed in the national capital in view of the COVID-19 outbreak till March 31, 2020. He also said that no religious, social and cultural gathering of over 50 people will be allowed in Delhi till March 31, 2020.

“No religious, social, cultural and political gathering comprising more than 50 people will be allowed till March 31. The restriction is applicable to protests too,” Kejriwal said.

Further, Kejriwal said that the weddings have been given an exception so far from the restrictions but has suggested the people to consider postponing the dates. He added that gyms, nightclubs and spas will also remain close till March 31, 2020. 

While referring to the shopping malls, he said that the government will take necessary decisions in two-three days. The government, he said, will examine if thermal screening for coronavirus can be carried out in Delhi Metro as well. He added that all autos, taxis are being disinfected for free and hand sanitisers will… Continue Reading...


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