H.C. COMES TO THE RESCUE TO CONTROL FURTHER SPIKE IN COVID19 CASES . THE T.N. PEOPLE ARE GREATFUL :
Now a second Cluster had emerged . The KOYAMBEDU cluster (the wholesale vegetable ,Fruit and provision market ) .Here retailers are also allowed to buy . During Lockdown period this market was exempted and open for public ;and as the retail prices were soaring without control the people started flocking to Koyambedu , resulting in huge uncontrolled crowds which many would have seen in the media. Till yesterday about 1,600 cases all over T.N. have been linked to the Koyambedu cluster so far . The workers , the suppliers from the districts and customers all are in that cluster . There will be more coming out from this cluster as contact tracing and testing is going on .
It is exactly at this juncture that the T.N. Government opened the Liquor shops on 7th after the strict instructions from H.C. to follow their guidelines of policing supervising for observing PHYSICAL DISTANCING OF THE CUSTOMERS. It wasn’t possible by the official administration to ensure adherence to physical distancing Norms.Quite a concern for the Health Authorities and the Medical Fraternity .
High Court acting on a PIL ordered that no liquor shop should remain open until lockdown was lifted.
REVENUE TO THE STATE CAN’T OVERRIDE PUBLIC HEALTH . more
Now the T.N.Government has gone to The S.C. WE HAVE OUR HOPES ONLY ON S.C. JUDGES. more
This is in response to your creating public awareness about the impact of COVID-19.Â The govt's handling has been far from satisfactory. If Koyambedu market's contribution was not enough, the govt has lately opened the TASMAC shops which is capable of creating a havoc. Of course what can a poor clueless govt do and that knows nothing more than votebank politics? Knowledge is cruel to this govt.
On Saturday, 9 May, 2020, 10:24:46 am IST, Jayakumar Daniel <email@example.com> wrote: more