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(Manik Gupta) New Delhi, December 1 (Language) Where will you be at 12 o’clock at night to celebrate the New Year? This question was on the minds of all those who wanted to go out late in the evening with friends and family to welcome the 2021 to celebrate the New Year. But the sudden announcement of a night curfew in the national capital thwarted their plans and bored the festivities. Immediately after the announcement, people started canceling hotel and restaurant bookings.
(Manik Gupta) New Delhi, December 1 (Language) Where will you be at 12 o’clock at night to celebrate the New Year? This question was on the minds of all those who wanted to go out late in the evening with friends and family to celebrate the New Year and welcome 2021. But the sudden announcement of a night curfew in the national capital thwarted their plans and bored the festivities. Immediately after the announcement, people started canceling hotel and restaurant bookings. Many hotels, restaurants and other establishments in the city had taken bookings for the midnight festivities and started all preparations for the New Year celebrations, but the event was canceled immediately after the curfew was announced. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) said in a statement that given the rapid spread of Covid-1 of and the rapid spread of the highly contagious type (strain) in the UK, December 11 between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. Until the hour. And then the curfew will be in place from 11 a.m. on January 1 to 6 p.m. on January 2. The order also said no more than five people would be allowed to gather in public places. Malhotra, a 26-year-old business tycoon, said, “You can’t party with friends and family with all these restrictions … I was thinking of going out with friends, but after the curfew was announced last night, my parents told me to give up the idea. Come home now. ”There are a lot of people like Malhotra who wanted to go out and celebrate the New Year. The colony in small and large hotels and restaurants canceled their pre-bookings. However, this was not necessary. About 10 months after the outbreak of the Kovid-1P epidemic in the country, many establishments were expecting good business. He explained to the public that the ban is in “public places” with parks, at trims or any open space but does not include “licensed premises”. But the confusion persisted and many customers were upset and canceled their bookings so as not to bother returning home. Rahul Sareen, owner of Dinroom and Tea Lounge, told PTI, “The order tells us that the number of customers at New Year’s Eve should not exceed 50 per cent of our capacity. We are already there.” All other restrictions are in place in public places. “But after the announcement of the night curfew, people became frightened and some messages started coming out.” It has affected our business as I have received many calls to cancel bookings, “said Delhi Police spokesperson Ish Singhal. Has been issued. Singhal said, “Licensed space is discounted. Yes, they can continue to work with the license terms, which include the use of half-seating capacity and other guidelines related to Covid-1.” Criticized the government for taking a last-minute decision. He said the New Year celebrations in Delhi were canceled at the last minute. “We have completed all the preparations. Why didn’t we make the announcement a few days ago?” Gone? ”
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