- Weekend curfew may end in Delhi
- CM Arvind Kejriwal has approved the proposal
- The proposal has been sent to the Lieutenant Governor for approval
Find out what will open and what will close if the weekend curfew is lifted
At the meeting, CM Kejriwal also approved the abolition of the odd-even system of opening shops in the markets. The meeting agreed to open private offices with 50 per cent capacity. The proposals have been sent to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal for approval. The meeting recommended that the government office run a work from home (WFH). The meeting agreed to end the weekend curfew, but agreed to implement the night curfew.
The number of corona patients has increased in the country
Corona cases are on the rise across the country amid preparations to lift the weekend curfew in Delhi. In the last 24 hours, about three and a half million new patients have come to Corona. Meanwhile, more than 13,000 new cases of corona were reported in Delhi yesterday. State Health Minister Satyendra Jain had said a few days ago that the state has reached the peak of corona.
Traders were protesting against the odd-even system of shops
Shopkeepers in Delhi were protesting against the opening of Odd-Even shops due to Corona. The state government had said that sanctions would be eased if there were fewer cases of corona in Delhi. The number of corona patients in Delhi has been declining in the last few days. Because of this, the Kejriwal government has accepted the proposals and sent them to the lieutenant governor for approval.