The deadline for paying electricity bills for March and April has been extended to May 15. There will be no fixed electricity duty on businessmen and shop owners for the month of April. They will only be charged for actual power consumption. "Silver
On Thursday, the state health department summarized that a total of three deaths related to Kovid-19 occurred in Gujarat and the number of people infected with novel coronaviruses in the state has risen to 43.
Giving a major relief to shopkeepers and traders, the Gujarat government announced on Thursday that there would be no fixed charges in electricity bills of merchants and shopkeepers in the month of April. Chief Minister Vijay Rupani has confirmed that only his actual electricity consumption will be charged.
The Chief Minister of Gujarat also announced that the last date for payment of electricity bills of March and April has been extended to May 15.
The announcement came amid a 21-day nationwide shutdown in protest against the outbreak of a novel coronavirus or Kovid-19 in the country.
Earlier in the day, the railway identified the new hostel building of the Mumbai-Ahmedabad High-Speed Rail Project Training Institute in Gujarat as a backup quarantine center to accommodate suspected and confirmed coronovirus patients.
According to official reports, 168 rooms, 334 beds and 12 large general rooms have been provided as quarantine centers at the new railway training institute in Vadodara, Gujarat.
According to the Gujarat Health Department, "He recently went to Delhi. He was hospitalized on March 24 and died this morning. His test report was positive for coronavirus. He was suffering from heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure. Were suffering.
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