The government, however, did not make any mention of a national lockdown in its Covid-19 guidelines for the month of May.
The occasion was "upanayana" (sacred thread wearing ceremony) of the former MLA's nephew in his native village Khanjahachak on Friday night.
The latest advisory says all domestic travellers should undertake an RT-PCR test 48 hours prior to their journey or immediately after entering the state.
A poll panel spokesperson said the EC top brass reviewed the enforcement of COVID guidelines with West Bengal chief secretary, police chief, health secretary and Kolkata police commissioner.
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The guidelines also include strict adherence to Covid safe behaviour including wearing of masks and using sanitizer frequently to avoid the viral infection.
The CO in his petition has stated that social distancing was also not observed during the event and the loudspeakers were used with high volume against the set norms at night.
Staff staying in the containment zones must inform and apply for suitable leave, the notice read.
Meanwhile, the members of the United Hospitality Association, a body that represents hotels, restaurants and bars, staged a protest outside the Pune Collectorate Office.
While at the most 200 people would be allowed at events indoor, the crowd capacity outdoors has been put at 500.
The norm of social distancing was violated in the shopping complex on Hind Cinema premises at Ranihat, following which it was sealed.
Stating that facility of advance booking online as well as through counters may also organised, it said that the organisers will be responsible for due compliance of all norms and conditions.
Centre has issued fresh guidelines as cases of mutant variants of Covid-19 from South Africa and Brazil were reported in India.
In a statement, the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) said it has issued fresh guidelines for surveillance with regard to COVID-19 and these will remain in force till January 31.
Along with the pilgrims, officials on Sabarimala duty will also have to compulsorily undergo RT-PCR test from December 26 onward.
Even as the threat of a second Covid-19 wave looms in the State, the Odisha Police has continued its crackdown against violators of safety norms.