This rule has been applied to drivers in Gujarat.

This rule has been applied to drivers in Gujarat. 

If they make a mistake, they will go to the police station, not at home. Two wheelers or four wheelers. People in the state of Gujarat are not strictly following the lockdown and now lockdown 2.

  Gujarat DGP Shivanand Jai is turning a blind eye to strict adherence in the last week of 0.  To prevent corona, the movement of people will be reduced and from now on, one and four on two-wheelers to reduce contact between people.

People in the state of Gujarat are not strictly following the lockdown and now the lockdown 2.  Gujarat DGP Shivanand Jai is turning a blind eye to strict adherence in the last week of 0.  

The vehicle will be impounded if more than one person is riding on a two-wheeler and more than two people in a four-wheeler from now on to reduce the movement of people to prevent corona and reduce contact between people.

  "Sitting together does not follow the rules and the police will take strict action in this regard," state police chief Shivanand Jai said today.  The Chief Minister has also suggested that masks and social distances be used to avoid this transition.  Mandatory implementation.

People in areas where there are few or no cases need to be especially vigilant.  People in such areas should follow social distances. Follow the lockdown strictly.

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tate DGP Shivanand Jai has appealed to the citizens to strictly abide by the lockdown and not to abuse the concessions given.  

The DGP said the Tantra had given permission to open shops in Godhra.  But the state government has decided to close the shops again as other rules, including social distance, are not being followed.  Therefore, there will be a complete lockdown in Godhra now.  

For this, one more SRP team has been allotted in Godhra.  The DGP said the two accused who attacked the police in Surendranagar.  

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Has been prosecuted under the opposite aspect.  Giving details of crimes in the state, he said that 74 crimes were registered on the basis of CCTV footage yesterday.  While 19 offenses have been registered for spreading false rumors.