Police step up vigil as night curfew comes into force

Police step up vigil as night curfew comes into force

Nashik : Increased patrolling by police, heightened vigilance are back in Nashik city as it has come under fresh restrictions to check the spread of Covid-19 amid concerns over a rise in patients.

Following orders by District Guardian Minister Chhagan Bhujbal, night curfew has come into force in the city from Monday. The city Commissioner of Police has issued orders regarding this. Police have started to stop vehicles and check them.

Following a rise in Covid-19 patients in Nashik district as well as in the state, some restrictions have been put in place again. The night curfew has been imposed between 11 pm to 5 am. Police have been ordered to ensure maintaining of social distancing, use of mask and to implement crowd control measures.

City police have fixed three places - A, B and C police station wise for nakabandi. There will be nakabandi at A place between 11 pm to 5 am daily. The night curfew will remain till March 9. Police have made a plan to ensure stricter implementation of the night curfew.

On the other they will also act against those who found without a mask, spitting and smoking at public places, flouting of social distancing rule and violation of prohibitory order. Police have appealed that people should follow rules to curb Corona.


  • There is a ban on the gathering of five or more people at public places

  • Ban on liquor, gutkha and tobacco at public places

  • Ban on spitting at public places

  • It is mandatory to wear a mask, maintain social distancing

  • It is mandatory to follow cleanliness rules

One window scheme to permit the wedding A one window scheme will be introduced in the licence department at the city police commissionerate. One has to furnish all the necessary documents for the organisation of the wedding ceremony. A decision will be given after scrutiny of these documents. Police inform the organiser about the limit of people, maintaining of social distancing, use of sanitiser and mask. They will collect information about the venue of the wedding, timing and organiser. Police will take legal action against the concerned if rules are flouted.

- Deepak Pandey, CP

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