New Year Celebration: People all over the world are making preparations to welcome the new year 2023. Please tell that due to the restrictions of the Corona epidemic, in the last two years, people could not fully enjoy the New Year celebrations. However, this time also Corona knocked on the New Year. It is being told that this time the rules of Corona in India (Covid Rules) will not be so strict. But some guidelines have been issued by the government to take precautions.
If you are going to celebrate New Year in Delhi, Mumbai or Bangalore, then definitely know these things once. Let us know what are the rules that the people here have to follow to celebrate the New Year.
These rules have to be followed in Delhi
To ensure COVID-19-compliant behaviour, the Delhi government has ordered the deployment of more than 16,000 police forces, including 2,500 women police personnel, across the city on New Year's Eve. In Delhi, the police will also get the anti-drug policy implemented. Any person found doing bike stunts, driving under the influence of alcohol and driving in a zigzag pattern will be punished. On the other hand, cars will not be allowed to drive in the inner, outer and middle areas of the city after having a valid pass.
New year celebration in Mumbai
There is no restriction on gathering four or more people in Mumbai this year. More than 11,000 security personnel will be deployed at key places in the city due to the possibility of crowding near Gateway of India, Marine Drive, Girgaon Chowpatty, Juhu Beach, Bandstand in Bandra and other places in Mumbai. Apart from this, terrace parties will now be allowed at 12.30 am and indoor parties till 5 am. Restaurants in Mumbai will remain open till 1.30 am while bars and pubs can stay open till 5 am. Please tell that this year people will also be able to burst firecrackers in Mumbai.
Rules will be strict in Bangalore
There are orders to end all New Year celebrations in Bengaluru by 1 am. The Bengaluru Police will keep a close watch on every nook and corner of the city to ensure that law and order are restored in the new year. Additional CCTV and drone cameras have been installed in Bengaluru. Please tell that here the city party planners will have to follow the decibel rules. More than 5 thousand policemen will be deployed here.