12,572 Gram Panchayats in Madhya Pradesh self-pledge to impose Janata curfew

Bhopal: In order to break the Corona infection chain, 12 thousand 572 gram panchayats of the state have pledged to implement the Janata curfew with self-motivation. Other 10 thousand 239 gram panchayats of the state are also going to take a resolution by agreeing to impose a curfew.

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is constantly calling on the people of the state to ensure their participation in corona control. To break the chain of infection, use masks, follow social distancing, sanitize your hands, or wash frequently with soap, do not leave the house for unnecessary work.

The appeal of Chief Minister Shri Chouhan is also showing an impact in rural areas. Under this, these 12 thousand 572 gram panchayats have resolved to impose public curfew in their area of ​​work by self-motivation.

Among the gram panchayats who have resolved to impose public curfew with self-motivation, 187 Gram panchayats in Bhopal district, 212 in Agar-Malwa, 534 in Vidisha, 450 in Dewas, 209 in Umaria, 614 in Balaghat, 392 in Bhind, 353 of Ratlam, 514 in Ujjain, 351 in Hoshangabad, 511 in Rajgarh, 420 in Jabalpur, 335 in Guna, 245 in Indore, 200 in Gwalior, 303 in Katni, 173 in Neemuch, 211 in Alirajpur, 344 in Raisen, 527 in Dhar, 377 in Betul, 436 in Seoni, 306 in Damoh, 318 in Sehore, 225 in Shahdol, 256 in Tikamgarh, 294 in Chhatarpur, 109 in Harda, 224 in Mandsaur, 141 in Datia, 146 in Ashoknagar, 197 in Mandla, 124 in Shajapur, 282 in Chhindwara, 97 in Anuppur, 147 in Narsinghpur, 126 in Sidhi, 117 in Jhabua, 257 in Rewa, 120 in Panna, 50 in Burhanpur, 104 in Dindori, 215 in Sagar, 170 in Shivpuri, 124 in Morena, 52 in Sheopur, 72 in Singrauli, 145 in Satna, 117 in Khargone, 80 in Khandwa and 59 Gram panchayats in Badwani district.

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