Bengaluru Home Minister Urges Public To Not Leave Bengaluru

Rubbishing all the reports of imposing another lockout, Karnataka  Home Minister Basavaraj Bommai said lockout will not be imposed and urged the people to not panic. However, he appealed the public of Bengaluru to not  return to their hometowns

Talking about the same, the Home Minister said, Chief Minister earlier said no lockout will be imposed and people need not worry about this urged to not leave Bengaluru city.

He said that healthcare facilities in the capital city were expanded so that the city lives up to the medical requirements and citizens should follow the guidelines issued by the health officials.

Earlier the state government imposed a lockout which will be applicable on the Sundays only. The idea turned out successful as the streets were looked empty, thanks to the cooperation of the public.

The curfew on Sunday starts at 8 Am and will last till the evening. During this time, people should not step out of their houses except for emergencies. That too police permission is mandatory.
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