Manali. In the past, a debate broke out on social media as soon as the news of tourists gathering without wearing masks on Mall Road in Manali went viral. Many people were even seen saying in a taunt that the corona who got angry with us, these tourists have gone to celebrate it. The impact of the news became so widespread that even the PMO had to issue guidelines on it. But when a reverse image search of this news was done, it was revealed that this picture is of January 1, 2021 . The news was spread on social media as a lie.
Fact-checking website Altnews found that this post was posted on Facebook on January 24 this year. And this post under which the title Manali's Mall Road was written. This photo was posted by amigosblink. Amigosblink January 23, 2021 when website searches for keywords associated with photos Found a post that was related to this photo. When this page was searched, the number of its administrator Ajay Kumar was found, who told that this picture was taken on 31 December 2020 . Even though this picture is not from July 2021, but tourists are openly violating the rules of Kovid-19 even after the second wave.
traffic jams in Manali and large number of people gathering in
Manali, Kovid rules are not followed in many places Happening. People are roaming around without masks, shops are crowded and no physical distance is being followed. Health Minister's official Luv Aggarwal warned people that the virus is still among us, even a small mistake can give the virus a chance to spread again. Not only Manali alone, similar people were seen crowding at Kempty Falls in Mussoorie and Har Ki Pauri in Haridwar.
without fine figure clad crowd Mask: Modi
Modi said while special mention of the fact that, there is no gainsaying Tourism and tourism-related business have been greatly affected due to Corona. But I would like to say clearly in one thing that crowding the hill station in this way without wearing a mask, it is not right in any way.
Seeing the picture and video of such crowd, traffic jam at a famous hill station like Manali, Joint Secretary to Health Minister Lav Agarwal said that tourists are not following the rules of Kovid-19 by going to the hill station. He warned that the epidemic that we have controlled in this way will again get out of our hands. He said that if people do not agree, then the Center will have to take strict steps, the crowd of people at the hill station is intimidating. Similarly, Chennai Corporation officials have sealed Kumaran Silk (the famous textile showroom) after a video of a large number of people gathering, according to a news published in the Deccan Herald.