There is no question of relaxing curbs: CM

There is no question of relaxing curbs: CM

December 27, 2021

Mysuru/Bengaluru: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said in Mysuru yesterday that the night curfew for 10 days from 10 pm to 5 am was a precautionary measure against a possible outbreak of third wave and surge in COVID-19 and the Omicron variant.

“These steps have been necessitated in the wake of a surge of COVID-19 and Omicron in the neighbouring States and in foreign countries. The decision on night curfew will not be reviewed as we have discussed the issue during the Belagavi Legislature Session and decided to impose curbs as a precautionary measure,” he said.

“Public health is paramount and we are concerned. At the same time we also understand

that businesses have to thrive and bring in revenues. Just because a few businessmen will be affected, we cannot risk public health. Let the people celebrate following the Government guidelines,” Bommai told reporters in Bengaluru this morning.

“One has to be cautious though the COVID and Omicron numbers are low in Karnataka. There is no question of withdrawing the curbs,”  he added.

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “There is no question of relaxing curbs: CM”

  1. Gusto says:

    ““These steps have been necessitated in the wake of a surge of COVID-19 and Omicron in the neighbouring States and in foreign countries”
    This Moustached Idiotic CM thinks that Foreign tourists visit his third world state bringing in Omicron.
    It nis Indians trying to escape corrupt India, and those Indians who wanted to launder their bribe money who visited foreign countries and brought with them, the Indian variant Covid.
    This fool should know that Indian receives just a small fraction of tourists , mostly Indian techies working abroad for reduced pay-cheap labour,, who visit their mother country. He should look at the massive numbers of his countrymen applying for resident visas in many Western countries.
    His garlic laced food has dimmed his brain power, which was not much any way!


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