Ranchi: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren on Saturday shared the screenshot of a Twitter post and clarified that the state government has not announced any lockdown in the state. Notably, the Twitter post which was being circulated on social media claimed that a lockdown in Jharkhand will be again imposed from 6 December 2021. The post also claimed that the lockdown will be imposed till January 1, 2022, during which schools, colleges, and educational institutes will remain closed and all examinations will be canceled and E-PASS will be required to go out of the house.Also Read - Aadhaar Card Needed To Get Subsidy of Rs 25 Per Litre On Fuel In Jharkhand From Jan 26 | Details Here

The chief minister’s office in a fresh Twitter post clarified that no such decision on COVID lockdown has been taken by the state government. Also Read - IRCTC Latest News: Railways Cancels 385 Trains Today Due To Operational Reasons, Foggy Weather

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The CMO also added that the Jharkhand Police has been instructed to file FIR, identify the miscreants and take action.