Police are taking this action against the people who roam the streets in Rajasthan unnecessarily


Because of the critical situation of coronavirus infection, PM Modi on Tuesday announced a nationwide lockdown till 15 April.

It is also being strictly followed by the state governments. Ashok Gehlot government in Rajasthan is also doing its best to save the people from this infection. Rajasthan Police and administration seems very active in this matter.

On the first day of the lockdown announced by PM Modi, the police took action against them for unnecessary roaming in Dholpur. During this time the District Collector himself played an important role by taking the front.

During this time, the police cut the challans of the drivers who used to roam on the roads and got them filled with affidavits. The police also spoke to the families of such people. The number of people infected with the coronavirus in Rajasthan is increasing. To prevent this, the government is taking steps at its level.