Decision taken in view of four positive cases in Bharuch district
Eight villages in Karjan are declared core area and sealed by Vadodara district magistrate after four positive cases comes to light from Ikhar village in Bharuch. The decision is taken as a preventive measure to spread the infection as the borders of the villages are touching Bharuch. A notification is released under Disaster Management Act.
The details are that the District Magistrate of Bharuch has declared the entire residential and revenue area of the Ikhar Gram Panchayat a Containment Area and declared some villages of Aamod and Bharuch talukas as core area. This action has been taken in connection with the positive cases of Coronavirus.
The eight villages of Karjan taluka under Vadodara district consists of Valan, Sansrod, Mankan, Mesraad, Dhamnaj, Mangrol, Dethan and Sampa located within a radius of seven km radius have been identified as Core area denied any movement in there. The decision is taken in the interest of people and a
notification is released under Disaster Management Act by the district magistrate.
The order will be our fever will be observed with immediate effect till 23rd April with one way will be open to maintain the supply of essential services in these villages.
People from these villages will be able to purchase essential items from 8am to 11am in the morning. During the notification one person on a two wheeler vehicle and not more than two persons on a three / four wheel can travel. Exceptions will be made to the police, health services including those required and those who have been given an authorized pass. Violations of the provisions of this notification shall be subject to punishment and legal proceedings in