Some state governments have banned fireworks along with banning New Year celebrations. At the same time, night curfew has been imposed in some states.
New Delhi: New year is coming to a close. But due to the restrictions of the corona epidemic, the celebration of the new year may fade. In some states like Uttar Pradesh, Goa, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, the government has issued guidelines banning the celebration of New Year.
Along with the ban on New Year celebrations, fireworks have also been banned. At the same time, night curfew has been imposed in some states.
Guidelines on new year celebration in UP
The guideline states that only 40 percent of the capacity people will be able to assemble in the event of an open space. The organizer will have to make all the arrangements to protect the corona from the program.
No celebration in Rajasthan on New Year’s Eve
Gehlot advised that like Diwali, the people of the state should celebrate the New Year with their family members by staying inside their homes to protect themselves from covid-19 infection.
Gehlot announced that in view of all these, there will be a complete ban on gatherings, mass programs and fireworks etc. in the state for the next few weeks. The night curfew will continue and the police patrolling and action on the streets and other public places will be more stringent.
Celebration faded in Goa
New year celebrations and parties in Goa are expected to fade this year due to the applicable guidelines due to Corona and the detection of new forms of the virus in England. Thousands of tourists have reached Goa to welcome 2021, but due to the ban on flights, there will be a shortage of foreign tourists in the state this year.
In the holiday season, Goa has a special crowd of foreign travelers who are seen sunbathing on the beaches. But this time will be different from previous years because flights coming from different countries have not started yet. Meanwhile, many countries have banned flights afresh after getting new forms of the virus in Britain.
Night curfew in Maharashtra-Karnataka
Night curfew has been imposed in Maharashtra from 11 pm to 6 am till 5 January. Karnataka is the second state after Maharashtra, where new restrictions were announced after a new strain of corono virus found in the UK.
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