Pics capture discipline of India during JantaCurfew

Today should unofficially be called Discipline Day in India. After COVID19 started spreading like wildfire across the world and Killing more than 11,000 people as of now with Italy and China as worst-hit countries in terms of total no of deaths.

As per media reports, India is in the 2nd stage of coronavirus hit, known by the name of COVID19.

Taking lessons from affected countries India took a much-needed step to lock down the entire country for breaking the chain of Coronavirus spread.

These restrictions will definitely have an impact on the economy but the bigger problem than that currently is the virus which should be eradicated at the earliest.

The Government and medical staff are working tirelessly for the betterment of the country. Keeping political and religious beliefs aside our country is currently united to fight it out.

Check out some of the images from the entire country which truly captures the spirit and commitment of the nation to fight it out together.

#1 Madhya Pradesh

Empty roads connecting the state are currently empty.

#2 Shimla, Himachal Pradesh

Usually, crowded Mall road in Shimla is one of the most famous tourist places in India filled with people. The place is also featured in some of the movies too.

#3 Punjab

This is one of major roads in Punjab. But now they are completely empty.

#4 Gujarat

Highways connecting places but not people right now.

#5 Hyderabad

A positive response from the people of Hyderabad. Complete lockdown observed and the police were on the road to send people back home.

#6

West Bengal

#7

Ghats at River Saryu in Ayodhya

#8

Holy Trinity Church, Bengaluru

#9

Cubbon Park, Banglore

#10

Marine Drive, Mumbai

#11

Howrah Bridge, West Bengal

#12 Trivandrum Central, Kerala

#13 Varanasi,Uttar pradesh

#14 Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi

#15 Ahemdabad, Gujarat

#16 Road near Red Fort

Some of the images below show the places before the lockdown started and things look quite different and the places were quite different.

Mall Road, Shimla

Rashtrapati Bhawan, New Delhi

Banaras Ghat

Cover Image credits – Indiatimes