New Delhi: In the wake of rising coronavirus cases in the national capital, the Yogi Adityanath-led Uttar Pradesh government on Friday told the Supreme Court that it will continue travel restrictions between Noida- Delhi and Ghaziabad-Delhi border. Also Read - German Court Lifts COVID-19 Lockdown Near Meat Plant

The Uttar Pradesh government asserted that it will allow movement of only essential services as COVID-19 cases in Delhi are 40 times that of Gautam Buddh Nagar and Ghaziabad. Also Read - Odisha Lockdown Extension News: Complete Shutdown For 5 Days in Ganjam District From July 9

The court also demanded the UP government’s reply on the orders issued by the District Magistrate of Noida off-lately.

The SC criticised the order by the Noida DM and strictly asserted that ‘orders contrary to the directives issued by the Centre can not be passed by the District Authorities’.

“Such situations will create chaos,” the Supreme Court bench said criticising the DM’s decision on the necessity of institutional quarantine over home quarantine.

On the other hand, the Haryana government informed the apex court that movement for all persons was allowed to and fro from the Gurgaon border.