COVID-19: ‘No query of lockdown in Karnataka’, says CM Yediyurappa


No query of lockdown in Karnataka: CM Yediyurappa. 

Ruling out the potential for a lockdown in Karnataka to include the unfold of coronavirus pandemic, state Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Tuesday stated he has convened an all-party assembly on April 18 to resolve the longer term plan of action.

“There is no such thing as a query of lockdown,” Yediyurappa informed PTI reporters in Karnataka’s Bidar.

The CM clarified that the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) has not advisable any lockdown.

“I’m within the TAC. Nobody has advisable a lockdown,” Yediyurappa stated.

Apart from former chief ministers Siddaramaiah and HD Kumaraswamy and Congress state chief DK Shivakumar, the members of Technical Advisory Committee members will attend the assembly on April 18.

Emphasising on public assist to include the unfold of the pandemic, he stated the night time curfew from 10:00 pm to five:00 am has already been imposed.

“Individuals need to cooperate by sporting masks, sustaining hand hygiene and bodily distancing. There is no such thing as a different means. With folded fingers, I wish to ask the folks to cooperate,” Yediyurappa stated.

He additionally wished everybody peace and happiness on the event of Ugadi.

“Could the difficulties in life go away from everybody’s life. Could this coronavirus pandemic too go away,” Yediyurappa stated in his Ugadi message.

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