The state Government announced the Lockdown for 14 days and the police are on their toes to implement the same.
We ll yes it has to be done to break the chain.
Barricading on day 1 was nominal with cops around asking why was one on the road just like last time in 2020.
But on day 2 it was a shocker to see barricading of many roads even side alleys leading to the main roads were barricaded with nuts and bolts.
First gate was barricaded, so was Third gate and all the alleys next third gate.
The Ganpat Galli, Khade bazar corner was also barricaded.
Kirlosakr road, small alley near Nav graha temple is also barricaded.
Doctors who have clinics in the city are unable to reach hospitals.
Dr. Vardraj Gokak, Gastroenterologist said Barricading main roads will cause lots of problems. It’s difficult for patients to reach hospitals. We are dealing with a health emergency not a law and order situation. Main roads shouldn’t be barricaded.
Samadevi Galli is barricaded at Union bank corner, Maruti galli Nargundkar Bhave chowk corner is also blocked.
Deshmukh road, Angol main road is also blocked.
Patil galli before shani temple is blocked
Khanapur Road, Main Road, Opposite to Cantonment Board Gate, police not letting entering towards fish market, but it is not permanent barricading.
One more woman who had to take her mother for vaccination could not come out as all roads were barricaded for her.
Narsinha Patil tweeted – This is due to the unnecessary installing barricades at main roads causing traffic chaos! And completely sealing the vegetable market premises, which should have allowed to function at 50% capacity!
Ravi said he had to travel 1km extra just for medicines due to the barricades.
Girish who had to drop his relatives after a jab had to traverse into the small lanes and after 30 mins was able to drop them at Deshpande Galli. otherwse it was a matter of 10 mins, he added.
Patil Galli at Amba Bhavan, High Street Camp also baricaded.