So far, two lakh cases of corona contraction have been reported in Rajasthan (file photo)
The Rajasthan Government has decided to conduct videography of the wedding ceremony to overcome the corona infection, so that it can be monitored to ensure that no more than 100 persons are involved in any situation.
- Last Updated:November 22, 2020, 9:12 PM IS
The wedding ceremony will be videographed
The Gehlot government will conduct its videography to control more than 100 people at the wedding ceremony. After implementing the night curfew in the most corona-affected districts of the state, now the government has taken this important decision. The government’s intention behind conducting videography to monitor the marriage ceremony is that more than 100 persons should not be involved in it. So that it can help to prevent the spread of uncontrolled corona virus infection. According to the state government guidelines 100 people can attend the marriage ceremony.
Marriage permission applications are increasingAs the number of applications for marriage ceremonies is increasing in the state, now the government has decided to conduct videography of the ceremony. The team formed by the District Magistrate will do videography. If more than 100 people are found attending the event in the observation of videography, a case will be registered against the organizer under various sections of the National Disaster Management Act 2005. Also, there is a provision of heavy penalty and punishment under the Act.
Home department issued orders
In the order issued by Group 9 of the State Home Department under the signature of Government Secretary Home Anil Meena, all the District Magistrates have been instructed to strictly follow the rules. Let me tell you that on Saturday, in view of the growing corona virus in the review meeting, the Gehlot government had imposed a night curfew in eight districts including the capital Jaipur, Jodhpur from eight in the evening to six in the morning. Also, face mask, social distancing, availability of sanitizer and thermal screening will inevitably have to be followed in the marriage ceremony.