Streets of Kolkata wore an empty look and public places remained deserted on Sunday since the “Janata curfew” proposed by way of Most sensible Minister Narendra Modi to counter the spread of the coronavirus began. The 14-hour-long ‘Janata curfew’ is part of a social distancing exercise to stop the spread of the virus. It began at 7 am and will end at 9 pm. The usually bustling Esplanade, Dalhousie, airport and railway stations wore a deserted look as other people stayed indoors to improve the highest minister’s title.
Maximum regularly those engaged in crucial services and products and merchandise were noticed on the roads travelling to artwork. The Japanese and South Japanese Railway has cancelled all mail/particular trains originating from the two zones between 4 am and 10 pm on Sunday in view of ‘Janata Curfew’, alternatively will run skeletal local train services and products and merchandise on the day, officials had discussed on Saturday. Since the number of confirmed cases inside the state climbed to four, the state government had ordered a shutdown of a lot of public places, along side consuming puts, bars, nightclubs, amusement parks, healing therapeutic massage parlours, museums and zoos, till March 31.