Indore: People thought Coronavirus finally Gone after Janta Curfew, took out Rally to celebrate it

In shocking development, people in Indore took out a massive rally for beating domestic utensils at Rajwada-the centuray old palace of Holkar dynasty which ruled the city before independence, as requested by Prime Minister Modi on March 19, 2020 in order to check the spread of COVID 19. They apparently misunderstood the message sent out by their leader in a Thanksgiving gesture for physicians who are working day and night to ensure we are safe. Doctors have so far saved around 1 lakh lives from the clutch of the ‘Chinese Virus’- they have successfully recovered from the disease.

When Indore Youth went around the entire city in the afternoon for a ground report, everything was in order. All shops were shut and streets were totally empty. There was hardly a single bike or car moving in the city. The financial capital of Madhya Pradesh, which has been awarded thrice for being the cleanest city in India, was about to set an example of being a disciplined city until they organised the rally in evening. Shockingly some attendees were drunk. Needless to say the virus spreads quickly in a gathering.

Dr. Sanjeev Chaubey, a doctor working in China to rescue infected patients , says the virus can easily pass on to over 50 people in a crowd if attended by a career. These 50 people further infect our society at an accelerated pace. If the situation goes out of control since it appears to be entering Stage 3, it will prove to be disastrous for 1.2 billion people. It can’t be handled without maintaining social distances. Public support therefore, is needed to curb a pandemic.

“All viruses are gone after successful Janta-Curfew initiated by Modi ji, so we are celebrating”, a biker told Indore Youth. Another biker who was moving just behind him with his friend holding a spoon in left hand and a plate in the right, told our reporter that beating vessels produces sound-waves which can kill all Coronavirus ‘flying’ in atmosphere.

Almost all of them looked fearless, bold and mirthful with no sign of responsibly on their face. Their action might jeopardize the whole city, and eventually the whole counrty.

Indore Youth was live and took a loot at the ground situation, we found that everything was in order, watch our exclusive report Click Here

Mrityunjay Chaubey is the editor in chief at The Youth. He hails from Indore. Before The Youth, He worked for Indian Defence News as a columnist and was a reporter at two other sports portals.