Lockdown Extended For 14 Days By Central Government


@ Parmod Sharma | Sr Journalist
INDIA/ New Delhi: The people of the country should be safe in the homes and beat the corona, the Modi government has thought this, and the lockdown has been increased again for two weeks, because the corona virus has caused havoc around the world that the people of the country are traumatized, Although the warriors of Corona are beating the killer Corona, but the cases of Corona increasing day by day have increased the difficulties of the government, which the government has to take this decision. however, lockdown in the country to prevent contamination of the corona virus is already in force. But now the lockdown will continue till May 17 in the country. It was informed through the Ministry of Home Affairs, in fact, the lockdown 2.0 deadline is going to end on May 3. However, before this, it has been decided to extend the nationwide lockdown for two weeks through the Modi government. Now this lockdown 3.0 will be applicable from May 4 to May 17. During this period, the Ministry of Home Affairs has also issued advisory for ongoing activities.
Although the Modi government has given some relaxation in lockdown this time. In view of this rebate, a number of concessions have been made in the Green and Orange zones. In these concessions, discounts have also been announced for e-commerce. E-commerce has been approved in the Green and Orange zones. Online delivery of non-essential items in these zones is exempted. With this, buses have been allowed to run in the Green Zone with 50 percent ridership. Only 50 percent of the employees will work in the bus depot in the Green Zone, however, many activities will continue to be banned during this period. Schools, colleges and educational institutions will be closed till May 17 during the lockdown. Apart from this, malls, cinema, pubs, restaurants etc. will also be closed. During this period, air, rail and metro visits will be banned. Let us tell you that the first 21 days nationwide lockdown was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The first lockdown ran from 25 March to 14 April. After this, the lockdown of 19 days from 15 April to 3 May was also announced by PM Modi. However, this time the lockdown has been announced through the Ministry of Home Affairs. The Ministry of Home Affairs announced the extension of the lockdown for 14 days. Along with this, the Ministry of Home Affairs has asked the states to strictly follow the lockdown.


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