Locked at residence amid the lockdown in West Bengal as a result of coronavirus pandemic, BCCI President and former India captain Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday mentioned he by no means thought his metropolis would put on a abandoned look with nearly nobody on the streets.
“By no means thought would see my metropolis like this .. keep secure .. this may change quickly for the higher …love and affection to all ..” Ganguly mentioned in a tweet with few photos of a number of the metropolis’s iconic landmarks sporting an empty look.
Individuals stayed indoors whereas police personnel hauled up these on the streets as an entire lockdown started in giant components of West Bengal, together with the entire of Kolkata and eight districts continued to fight the unfold of novel coronavirus an infection.
The lockdown, christened ‘full security restrictions’, covers all municipal and district cities moreover some rural areas in different components of the state and began from from 5 p.m. on Monday. The lockdown is about to proceed until Friday midnight.
By no means thought would see my metropolis like this .. keep secure .. this may change quickly for the higher …love and affection to all .. pic.twitter.com/hrcW8CYxqn
— Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) March 24, 2020
On Tuesday, two extra individuals had been detected coronavirus constructive in West Bengal, taking the rely of such circumstances within the japanese state to 9. To this point, one of many sufferers within the state has succumbed to the illness.
Ganguly had earlier mentioned that he cannot recall when he was final free at 5 pm within the night.
“Amids all of the corona virus scare .. glad to take a seat within the lounge at 5pm .. free… cannot bear in mind once I did final ..” Ganguly had mentioned in an Instagram publish with a selfie.
The BCCI has requested its workers to work at home within the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic which has thus far had 511 circumstances with 10 deaths.