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14 days complete lock down in Karnataka from Tuesday Evening

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COVID Curfew in Karnataka

Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa announced that the entire state will go for a full lockdown for two weeks (14 day) starting from April 27 night in a bid to contain the raging COVID-19 crisis in the state.

A 14 days complete lockdown has been initiated in Karnataka from Tuesday evening.

From April 27 evening to May 12.

This would be on similar lines of the Weekend curfew

6-10 AM essential(Grocery, Milk etc) services allowed

ALL kinds of shops under Essentials to close at 10 AM

State buses will not work

Construction, manufacturing industries to continue

lockdown-police-check curfew

Restaurant take away to continue also liquor same guidleines as eralier

inter state/ inter dist goods services will be allowed

45 thoughts on “14 days complete lock down in Karnataka from Tuesday Evening”

    • Last year also we lost 6 months. No work and we came very long distance specially Hospitality industry same this year also we wish our good day will come soon.

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  1. “DUE TO NEGLIGENCE OF SOME FOOLISH AND IDIOT PEOPLE, ALL SHOULD SUFFER FOR ANOTHER LOCKDOWN. WHERE AS ITS BEING ALWAYS SAID LOCKDOWN IS NOT THE SOLUTION FOR CORONA.”:

    WHEN AND HOW GOD KNOWS PEOPLE WILL GET THIS INTO THEIR MINDS.

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  2. any confirmation about VTU examination that were supposed to be conducted by 3rd may for MBA, will be conducted or postponed??

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  3. Dear Mr. Yediurappa sir it’s a Good step to go a lockdown in over Karnataka State. But fact is we suffering through last lockdown impact for same , Private Group of companies over Karnataka State have bullshit formalities as MNC group of companies, hopeless experience/exceptions on private companies., We have lost our jobs just got struggling with new in few bug’s with heavy Target’s surviving few months & now hearing a new phase of lockdown for next weeks, what we like common person do if so? , We don’t farm nor we have kind of something else to do sit in lockdown & survive Rather no govt skims herein to avail etc.. dear govt authority hope you understand above same over all heads ..!! Tq ?

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  4. Please do think any alternative apart from lockdown due to which a common man is suffering a lot . All the time we need to follow safety guidelines n have to survive our lives instead of simply imposing lockdown. Please try to understand ?

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  5. Lockdown is not the solution … Whats the guarantee that aftrr 14 days the virus wil go or it wil stop spreading…… Past year we have already experienced what is the use of lockdown…. I must say its useless… Everyone one wants there life to be good and healthy. But as per my experience no use.

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  6. Announcing lockdown has become common and fashion. You political guys had made more than sufficient money and can have a all good bungalow car air-condition watchman police security private rowdies body guards attached bar inside home excessive groceries stocked
    government salary plus other side income etc.,
    Whether lockdown is there are not
    You will have all facility even for your great grand children.
    Enjoy Netflix TV entertainment all

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  7. My heart goes out to all my muslim brothers and sisters. Imagine having to be in this environment? What time do they have their last meal? Then in this heat they’ve to go and buy their requirements in a 4 hour time bracket? In this heat?? This is the problem. Is there one muslim on the panel that makes these decisions? How did this go unseen? But hey at least all festivities/vrats were allowed to go on without any restrictions. Also the very VERY essential elections. At the start of this month there was a rally held at the border of karnataka and Maharashtra. 60 from belagavi attended this rally. They brought this second wave into our humble abode. Any of this in the news? The ESSENTIAL elections and rallies brought us IN BELGAUM to this state. Don’t believe me? Where was the CM when he caught the china flu for the second time and what was he doing during that time?? The government is to blame for the mess BELAGAVITES are in now. But who will have to pay the price now?? And yet they will feel no remorse in raising their lathis to hammer us innocents. It’s sickening. And the worst part is things are never going to change. Because nepotism exists and the old bring up their young to be carbon copies of themselves. Has Mr. Anil received compensation for his covid related expenses? And what about our other new generation govt official that’s caught up in a sex scandal right now? Truly utterly sickening. Let’s all sit home, order food and stuff our faces, don’t forget about the essential booze and turn a blind eye to the people dying and begging. How about deaths by suicide? None? Nothing in the news? Nice.

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