People wait in a queue to buy essential items outside D Mart ahead of the ten-day total lockdown ordered by the district administration officials scheduled from July 25 to August 3, as a preventive measure against the spread of COVID-19, in Bhopal on Thursday
(Representative Photo)
People wait in a queue to buy essential items outside D Mart ahead of the ten-day total lockdown ordered by the district administration officials scheduled from July 25 to August 3, as a preventive measure against the spread of COVID-19, in Bhopal on Thursday (Representative Photo)
ANI

Indore: The Jabalpur bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court on Monday directed Indore collector Manish Singh to allow sale of essential items like vegetable, fruits and ration during corona curfew also.

“The court asked Indore collector to issue a notification removing some of the restrictions with permitting sale of vegetables, fruits and grocery,” said Chanchal Gupta, who was one of the interveners on petitions related to Covid-19. Lately, Singh had issued an order completely banning sale of vegetables and fruits and sale of ration from shop counters. Gupta had moved an intervener application in the court following which the direction has been issued.

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Following a petition related to black fungus cases, Jabalpur bench on Monday directed the state government to monitor cases of the deadly disease and ensure that patients get injections required for its treatment. The court stated that strict monitoring of black fungus cases is required. It is also required that injections and other drugs required for treatment is provided to patients, the court said.

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