Unlocked Maharashtra government is taking thoughtful steps uddhav Thackeray

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The state government had announced a five-tier plan from Monday to relax the restrictions in the state. (Photo- ANI)

The Chief Minister said, “The state government is taking steps after thinking. People should take care of themselves. No immediate discount will be given. Certain norms and standards have been set. The local administration will take a decision on whether to relax the restrictions or make them more stringent.

Mumbai. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Sunday that the government is taking conscious steps in the matter of relaxing the restrictions implemented in the state due to Corona virus. He said this during a digital meeting with leading industrialists. The state government had announced a five-tier plan from Monday to relax the restrictions in the state. In this, it has been said to be relaxed based on the weekly infection rate and the number of patients on oxygen beds. A notification has been issued in this regard on Friday night.

The Chief Minister said, “The state government is taking steps after thinking. People should take care of themselves. No immediate discount will be given. Certain norms and standards have been set. The local administration will take a decision on whether to relax the restrictions or make them more stringent.

Areas with 20% infection rate will be placed in the fifth category

According to the unlock notification, the areas where the infection rate is five percent or less and the number of patients on oxygen beds is less than 25 percent, will be kept in the first category and everything will be opened there. At the same time, areas with more than 20 percent infection rate will be kept in the fifth category, in which essential shops will open and there will be a ban on the entry of more than 15 percent personnel in offices.Also read: – Union Minister Faggan Singh Kulaste said – alcohol is a big tonic, very important in corona

Prominent industrialists who participated in this meeting included Uday Kotak, Sanjeev Bajaj, B Thiagarajan, Naushad Forbes, Amit Kalyan, Ashok Hinduja, AN Subramaniam, Ajay Piramal, Harsh Goenka, Niranjan Hiranandani. A statement issued by the Chief Minister’s Office said that the industrialists present in the meeting welcomed the norms of relaxation of restrictions.




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