Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot on Sunday introduced to extend the penalty on gathering of greater than 100 individuals at marriages from Rs 10,000 to Rs 25,000.
Chairing a gathering to assessment the steps taken to comprise COVID unfold within the state, he mentioned administration and police personnel ought to take rounds out there to make sure all due protocols are being adopted with due care in reference to nighttime curfew introduced on Saturday in addition to to make sure that set quantity of individuals’s restrict is just not crossed.
The wedding ceremony organisers must also be up to date on this context that greater than 100 individuals are not permitted within the wedding ceremony operate, he added.
District collectors, superintendents of police and different senior officers have been given accountability to make sure night time curfew norms are maintained in eight districts as introduced and less than 100 individuals are gathered within the crowd. Every particular person ought to put on masks and social distancing norms must also be adopted, the Chief Minister mentioned.
Notably, the state authorities introduced night time curfew in Jaipur, Jodhpur, Bikaner, Kota, Alwar, Udaipur, Alwar and Ajmer.
Also the penalty for these not carrying masks was elevated to Rs 500 from Rs 200 on Saturday.
The Chief Minister on Sunday mentioned that the state authorities’s main goal is to avoid wasting lives of individuals.
On Sunday, a complete of 3,260 new COVID circumstances and 17 deaths have been reported.
A complete of 603 circumstances have been reported in Jaipur whereas 414 in Jodhpur, 210 in Ajmer, 271 in Alwar, 131 in Bhilwara, 240 in Kota, 100 in Pali and 184 in Udaipur.