Mumbai: To contain the spread of the virus in the state, the Bombay High Court on Thursday has advised the Maharashtra government to consider at least 15-day strict lockdown. The court made the statement during a hearing for a plea, which alleged that COVID-19 treatment was being mismanaged in the state.Also Read - Fuel Price Cuts: Maharashtra Slashes VAT on Petrol by Rs 2.08, Diesel by Rs 1.44 Per Litre
The Bombay High Court bench led by Chief Justice Dipankar Datta advised the state’s Advocate General Ashutosh Kumbhakoni to tell the Maharashtra government to go ahead with a 15-day strict lockdown. “Please advise your government (state) if for 15 days there can be complete lockdown, no one comes out unless absolutely crucial,” said the court. Also Read - Indian Railways Extend Run Of THESE Summer Special Trains. Chech Deets Here Also Read - Why Matheran Hill Station Near Mumbai is The Perfect Getaway From Hustle-Bustle of Cities - See Breathtaking Vistas!