There are only two days left until the dawn of the New Year. Many are planning a Thirty First and New Year party. But if you are in Mumbai, you need to know about these new rules of the municipality, otherwise, you may be in the panchayat. The Mumbai Municipal Corporation (MMC) has imposed a number of restrictions on Thirty First and New Year parties in the wake of the Carona outbreak and Omicron in Mumbai. Therefore, Mumbaikars want to celebrate Thirty First and New Year’s party while abiding by the law.
For the purpose of welcoming the New Year, a ban has been imposed on the organization of ceremonies, ceremonies, parties or any other activities in any confined or open space within the limits of BMC. 100 for confined spaces for wedding ceremonies as well as for any social, political or religious event; 250 for open space or 25 per cent of space capacity; the smaller the number, the more people are allowed to attend. For any other event not covered in the above two cases, 50 per cent of the capacity is allowed in confined and permanently seated areas and 25 per cent of the capacity is allowed in confined spaces without permanent seating arrangements.
All citizens, organizers, establishments must strictly abide by the Covid Prevention Rules. In case of violation of any rules, appropriate legal action will be taken as per ‘Indian Penal Code’ and ‘Disaster Management Act’.
The municipality has appealed to all eligible citizens to complete the vaccination, and only those who have completed the vaccination in public places will be allowed to do so. Similarly, the Municipal Corporation has appealed to the citizens to cooperate by taking detailed information and strictly following all the instructions given by the Central Government, State Government as well as BMC and Mumbai Police.