I don’t know whether I’m more concerned about curfew or myself. It’s a little too late to start worrying about that. I’m just glad that I can get home even after midnight. I’m still on call 24/7, so I can always stay up later.
Just like it sounds, there’s a curfew in Ahmedabad, but the only time that I’m allowed to get out of bed is after midnight. That’s not to say that I don’t sneak out early every once in a while, but I’m not allowed to stay up late even with a curfew.
The curfew is actually not enforced. The government doesn’t know how to enforce it, and the city has made it too easy to ignore. So it’s not enforced at all. But that doesnt mean there are no cases of crime. Even if it isnt enforced, its a lot easier to get out of the city at night than it is to get home. A curfew is only enforced on certain days of the week, and even then its only enforced at midnight.
The curfew is enforced by the police who are under strict instructions not to go out after midnight. But once the curfew is in place, it is too hard to enforce. The police are also under strict instructions not to enforce the curfew on people who do not possess the correct papers. But if you are caught leaving the city before midnight, then you will be charged with breaking the curfew.
Most of the people who will be charged with breaking the curfew are the same ones who were arrested last night for stealing a car.
Like most cities in India, curfew is enforced on a strict time schedule. But unlike the rest of India, curfew in India is enforced on a strict time schedule. I can’t help but notice it is now harder for people to do “crazy” things like go out after midnight. And I mean in a good way. Just this recent post on our blog has been one of the reasons why I’m really excited to get back to work.
It’s a little bizarre that I was one of those people who thought it would be easy to get caught in India’s curfew. In the country, curfew is enforced at night and the people who break it are sent into the street for 30 minutes and charged with the crime of being in the “wrong place at the wrong time.” I thought it was impossible to catch a guy for “being in the wrong place at the wrong time.
I used to think the same thing, and I guess I still do. But the fact is, you can make the law work for you. In many places, there are official ordinances which tell you if you’re in the wrong place at the wrong time. In India, they say you can be caught in the wrong place at the wrong time for 30 minutes. So if you are in the wrong place, then you have to be there by midnight.
What about the fact that the time is 12.30pm? That doesn’t make a lot of sense. You get to do it in the morning, do it in the afternoon, do it in the evening, then do it again within the week. And as I mentioned earlier, it’s pretty bad for you.
The trouble is that curfew is a very specific time-period for a specific group of people. Like the ones that have just been brought up in that time-period. A lot of people will be out when curfew is in effect, and there are a couple of different ways you can escape the curfew. One is to try and get somewhere else, like the airport or a train station, where you can get away with just being a minute late.