Schools and Colleges Close: Night curfew is becoming a problem for the poor and mercenary workers. The Karnataka government has to come to the aid of the people in a situation where people are struggling to survive. Former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy has said that to close state schools and colleges for at least 15 to 20 days to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Speaking to media in Bengaluru, he said, coronavirus cases rises in schools, colleges and hostels in the Karnataka. A large number of teachers and students are infected with coronavirus. Therefore, it is advisable to hostels, Schools and Colleges Close for at least 15 to 20 days by February 1.
HD Kumaraswamy said that in some areas there is already online classes are started and better to continue to do so. People’s lives have been troubled by the Karnataka state night curfew. It is not known on what basis the experts have consulted. However, BJP leaders also have opposed the night curfew. People are also opposed to the night curfew.
He also said that government should also think about people life. BJP’s national general secretary CT Ravi and Union minister Prahlad Joshi have opposed the implementation of the Weekend Curfew. There is confusion among BJP leaders about the Weekend Curfew. He said the government also needs to focus on this.
Yesterday Revenue Minister R Ashok said the corona wave in the state has increased and will peak on January 25. According to experts, the coronavirus infection is likely to increase in the state by January 25, R Ashok said after covid meeting with CM Bommai and other ministers.
Karnataka Revenue minister said Weekend Lockdown, school future will be deciding on Friday. Revenue Minister R Ashok informed to the reporters after CM meeting that there is no lockdown plan in state and not to get panic. There was also discussion on the weekend curfew and night curfew.
Weekend Lockdown and school future will decide on Friday January 21. He also said that Covid cases will go to peak in January 25 will see the relaxation after that. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavraj Bommai call meeting with ministers and experts of the health and disaster department to discuss the rise in Covid-19 cases in the state. Karnataka minister for Health and Family Welfare and Medical Education, Dr. Sudhakar K on Sunday informed that the state’s Covid-19 positivity rate neared 20%, as cases rose in Karnataka.