Now is exam time. Students have to go to the library, study room, study room for 10th and 12th standard examinations. In addition, you need to go to schools and colleges to prepare for the exams. Students do not have a driving license. Therefore, Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari discussed with the Commissioner of Police the issue of allowing parents to accompany students on two-wheelers during lockdown. Taking a positive decision on this, parents are now allowed to go on two-wheeler with 10th and 12th class students.
Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari had received several complaints that students were being inconvenienced due to the announcement of lockdown in Nagpur against the backdrop of Corona. Feeling that he should not be inconvenienced considering the days of Class X and XII examinations, the Mayor met Police Commissioner Amitesh Kumar on Monday (May 15) and informed him about the plight of the students. In a discussion with the Mayor, the Commissioner of police took a positive decision and now allows parents to take students on two-wheelers. The Mayor’s efforts have met with success.
Follow the rules, avoid lockdown!
Meanwhile, Mayor Dayashankar Tiwari also interacted with the citizens through video on the backdrop of the lockdown. Lockdown is not in the interest of the citizens. We speak out against it. However, it is our duty to follow the rules and guidelines of the government. Lockdown occurs when you do not do this. Citizens forgot the rules after last year’s lockdown. As a result, the coronavirus began to grow rapidly. Now again, thousands of patients are coming back positive every day. We are responsible for this situation. So at least follow the rules now. Shopkeepers should not allow more than five persons to enter the shop. Citizens should follow social discrimination. Masks should be used consistently in public places. Hands should be washed or sanitized with soap from time to time to avoid future lockdowns, the mayor appealed.