Kathmandu Valley roads are again isolated
A restraining (curfew) order has been issued in Kathmandu Valley from Thursday night. With the issuance of the injunction, the valley's roads are deserted again.
A restraining (curfew) order has been issued in Kathmandu Valley from Thursday night. With the issuance of the injunction, the valley is deserted again.
Roads that used to be jammed with the opening of lockdown have returned to the state of abandon again. Security personnel is conducting interrogations at various places. The number of vehicles on the road other than the essential ones is very low.
A meeting of the Chief District Officers of all the three districts of the Kathmandu Valley had decided to issue a restraining order in the Kathmandu Valley from 12 midnight on September 19 to September 25.
Kathmandu Metropolitan Police Campus SSP Shyamlal Gyawali urged the people not to go out of the house except for urgent work. Since this morning, the police have started to control the violators and keep them on the road. Despite the ban, vehicles carrying patients to the hospital, vehicles carrying goods and electricity, telecommunications, customs, quarantine, isolation, waste management, vehicles for funerals, health workers and security personnel have not been banned.
"The injunction has been issued keeping in view the health risks of the citizens. The battle against Corona is a common battle. So let's not think of breaking the prohibition as bravery and let's stay at home and be safe. ” said he.
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