Janata Curfew

Self imposed curfew during coronavirus outbreak in India

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Janata curfew is an effort to combat coronavirus spread, introduced by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, in the wake of the 2020 coronavirus pandemic in India. The Prime Minister implored all citizens of India to observe a self-imposed 'curfew' from 7 am to 9 pm IST on Sunday, 22 March 2020 to help reduce community spreading of coronavirus disease in India.


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Janta curfew: Beginning of a long battle, says PM Modi

PM Modi appealed to the countrymen not to start celebrating the end of the Janta Curfew and asked them to gear up for the long battle that can only be won if we all stay united. PM Modi tweeted,..
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Janata Curfew: Citizens across India clang utensils, clap, ring bells to salute those fighting against coronavirus

Several politicos, cutting across party lines, also participated in observing it.
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As Mumbai reports coronavirus fatality, Sec 144 imposed across Maharashtra; CM urges all to extend 'Janata Curfew'

As of now, Maharashtra has the highest number of positive coronavirus cases in the country.
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'I'm working from home today': Rajnath urges citizens to support Janta Curfew

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Sunday urged all citizens to remain at home and make the 'Janta Curfew', which he termed as 'one of the biggest social distancing and mass awareness initiative against..
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Covid-19 live: Janta Curfew underway, PM urges people to stay indoors

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'Janata Curfew: Mumbai local trains effectively shut down, no passenger train to operate till 10 pm

Only the government personnel engaged in the provision of essential services would be allowed to travel by local trains in Mumbai
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Janata Curfew: For the first time in Indian Railways' history, over 3700 trains to stay grounded on Sunday

Railways said on Friday said that no passenger train will originate from any railway station in the country from midnight to 10 pm on Sunday.
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