‘Smart lockdown’ imposed in several parts of Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: After a lockdown was imposed in various parts of Karachi, the government has decided to impose a ‘smart lockdown’ in several parts of Hyderabad city.
Hyderabad deputy Commissioner Fawad Ghaffar issued a notification to impose in lockdown in more than 90 areas of the city for two weeks starting from Friday, June 19 (today) till July 2, 2020.
According to a notification, three union councils (UCs) of Latifabad will be locked down. A single UC of Tehsil City will remain under lockdown, whereas five UCs of Qasimabad will also observe a lockdown.
The notification directs all UCs advised to undergo lockdown to strictly enforce standard operating procedures (SOPs) advised by the government until asked otherwise.
Police, Rangers and assistant commissioner have been tasked to ensure the implementation of the lockdown.
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