Corona Virus: Delhi government withdraws its decision, public markets will not be closed

 

Corona virus in the country is not taking the name of havoc. At the same time, the number of patients infected with the corona virus is continuously increasing in the capital of the country.


Corona virus in the country is not taking the name of havoc. Newly infected patients of the corona virus are coming out every day. At the same time, the number of patients infected with the corona virus is continuously increasing in the capital of the country. In Delhi it was seen that many markets were not following the corona rules. In view of this, two markets in the evening in West Delhi were ordered to be closed for violating the Corona Safety Standards. However, this order has now been withdrawn.

In fact, the Delhi government on Sunday ordered the closure of two markets, Punjabi Basti Bazaar and Janata Market, in the Nangloi region. The rules of wearing masks and social distancing were not being followed in these markets. After which, these markets were ordered to be closed by 30 November. However, this order has been withdrawn late in the night. With the withdrawal of the order, these markets will no longer be closed.

According to the West Delhi district administration, the situation had worsened yesterday evening. Due to the street vendors, the crowd was very high, due to which the corona virus rules were flying. However, now the street vendors have been removed from there. Also, shopkeepers have been instructed to wear masks and follow the rules of social distancing.

Lockdown proposal was sent

Let us know that there is a continuous increase in the cases of Corona virus infected in Delhi. The Aam Aadmi Party government of Delhi is also very worried due to the increasing cases of Corona. Due to which the government of CM Arvind Kejriwal sent the proposal of lockdown in the crowded markets of Delhi to the Central Government a few days ago.