Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray mulls lockdown, to carry all-party meet on April 10 amid COVID-19 surge | India Information
Mumbai: In view of the alarming spike in COVID-19 circumstances within the state, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has known as an all-party assembly on Saturday (April 10).
The federal government will take inventory of the COVID-19 scenario within the state.
The assembly will likely be attended by outstanding leaders of the three events concerned within the Mahavikas Aghadi authorities, leaders of BJP, leaders of MNS, API, SP, and others.
The federal government is alleged to be mulling a lockdown similar to final 12 months.
Chief of Opposition within the Legislative Council Pravin Darekar stated the choice to organise the all-party assembly was taken this afternoon.
“This determination was taken throughout the assembly held at this time to resolve the postponement of MPSC exams scheduled for Sunday,” he was quoted as saying by PTI.
When requested in regards to the weekend lockdown, Darekar stated the federal government ought to take a call on financially supporting small companies.
The state government has announced a ‘strict lockdown’ over the weekend which can begin from 8 pm on Friday (April 9) and be in place until 7 am on Monday (April 12).
An evening curfew has additionally been imposed within the state which will likely be in impact from 8 pm to 7 am day by day. Important companies will likely be exempted from the restrictions.
As per the notification, important companies together with medical, grocery, fruit, milk outlets will likely be allowed to open. Lodges can run the supply system.
Part 144 has additionally been imposed prohibiting the meeting of 5 or extra individuals all through the day.