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Mumbai. The increasing cases of Corona have increased the troubles of the Uddhav government. The government is mulling the imposition of a 12-hour curfew following the surge in infection cases in Maharashtra. Relief and Rehabilitation Minister Vijay Vadettiwar said that the state government can take a big decision in this regard soon. With the imposition of curfew in the state, the government may decide to limit the number of guests to the wedding ceremony (50). If the number of guests is more than 50, then the government is preparing to impose a heavy fine of Rs one lakh.

The Minister of the Uddhav government says that in many districts of the state, infection cases have increased very fast in the last few days. In view of this, strict instructions have been given to all the District Magistrates, which are the rules and guidelines to deal with the corona infection. Get them implemented strictly. They have been empowered to implement strict rules at their level.

In Maharashtra, cases of infection are increasing in Amravati, Yavatmal and Nagpur, due to which the government is churning on the imposition of night curfew in these districts. A meeting is to be held soon under the chairmanship of CM Uddhav Thackeray, in which many major decisions can be stamped. After getting the green signal from the CM, the administration will implement the curfew at 5 pm and will continue till 5 am the next day.

On Saturday, 6,281 new cases of infection have been reported in the state. At the same time, 40 people have died. A total of 20,93,913 cases of infection have been reported in Maharashtra so far, of which 48,439 cases are active. Apart from Maharashtra, cases have increased in Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab, Jammu and Kashmir, Chhattisgarh. Of the total active cases India has, 74 percent are in Kerala and Maharashtra only. If the cases of infection continue to grow at this pace in the state, the Uddhav government can also put lock down again.

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