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Gujarat government prepares blueprint for opening lockdown, find out which business will start with rules



The third phase of lockout in the entire country including Gujarat is scheduled to be completed on 17 May. Like every time, this time also PM Narendra Modi reviewed the lockout situation with the Chief Ministers of the states. And discussed to extend the lockdown. However, sources said that CM Rupani had made a presentation at the review meeting that the lockout should not be carried forward.

Currently, there is an important news about the lockout in Gujarat. The Gujarat government has also prepared its blueprint to meet the economic condition of the states after May 17 in Lockdown-3. It has also made rules for opening many businesses. In which all the textile shops of the city can be kept open.

Even after lockdown, there will be more strict checking on entry checkposts inside cities. The government is preparing a roadmap, but in a city where 10 to 15 Corona positive cases occur, once the market reopens, the concessions will be withdrawn and the lockdown will be tightened again.

The lockdown will open in Ahmedabad from May 15 with a variety of specific restrictions and exemptions in the Red, Orange and Green zones. Shops may only be open for a few hours in the Red and Orange zones. Some other businesses, including vegetables and groceries, may also be exempt. Thus, in the red zone of Gujarat, the lock down is being considered for only a specific hour. The main markets of the urban areas of the state will only be allowed to open from 9 am to 5.00 pm. But merchants and consumers should follow Corona's guidelines.

According to the blueprint prepared by the state government, rules have been made to open certain businesses. Red and orange zones will be allowed for a few hours. The main markets of the urban area will be open from 9 am to 5 pm. Customers should follow Corona's guideline. Offices will be opened with 33 percent employees. Meanwhile, shops selling hardware, sanitizer, boot-shoes, boot-polish, plumber, cement are being considered. Therefore schools, malls, theaters as well as crowded religious places can still be kept closed. However, hotel-restaurants etc. will be allowed to provide online parcel facility.

If we talk about the city markets, after the 17th, shops of hardware, sanitizers, boot-shoes, boot-polish, plumbers, cement vendors are being considered. It is learned that all markets will be allowed to be open from 7 pm to 5 pm.

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On Monday, PM Modi held a review meeting with the Chief Ministers of the state through video conference. The meeting was attended by Gujarat CM Rupani, Deputy CM Nitin Patel, Minister of State for Home Pradeepsinh Jadeja, besides the state police chief, health secretary and secretary. In a meeting with PM Modi, CM Rupani along with Corona gave information about the current state of the state.

Gujarat government prepares blueprint for opening lockdown, find out which business will start with rules

Gujarat government prepares blueprint for opening lockdown, find out which business will start with rules



The third phase of lockout in the entire country including Gujarat is scheduled to be completed on 17 May. Like every time, this time also PM Narendra Modi reviewed the lockout situation with the Chief Ministers of the states. And discussed to extend the lockdown. However, sources said that CM Rupani had made a presentation at the review meeting that the lockout should not be carried forward.

Currently, there is an important news about the lockout in Gujarat. The Gujarat government has also prepared its blueprint to meet the economic condition of the states after May 17 in Lockdown-3. It has also made rules for opening many businesses. In which all the textile shops of the city can be kept open.

Even after lockdown, there will be more strict checking on entry checkposts inside cities. The government is preparing a roadmap, but in a city where 10 to 15 Corona positive cases occur, once the market reopens, the concessions will be withdrawn and the lockdown will be tightened again.

The lockdown will open in Ahmedabad from May 15 with a variety of specific restrictions and exemptions in the Red, Orange and Green zones. Shops may only be open for a few hours in the Red and Orange zones. Some other businesses, including vegetables and groceries, may also be exempt. Thus, in the red zone of Gujarat, the lock down is being considered for only a specific hour. The main markets of the urban areas of the state will only be allowed to open from 9 am to 5.00 pm. But merchants and consumers should follow Corona's guidelines.

According to the blueprint prepared by the state government, rules have been made to open certain businesses. Red and orange zones will be allowed for a few hours. The main markets of the urban area will be open from 9 am to 5 pm. Customers should follow Corona's guideline. Offices will be opened with 33 percent employees. Meanwhile, shops selling hardware, sanitizer, boot-shoes, boot-polish, plumber, cement are being considered. Therefore schools, malls, theaters as well as crowded religious places can still be kept closed. However, hotel-restaurants etc. will be allowed to provide online parcel facility.

If we talk about the city markets, after the 17th, shops of hardware, sanitizers, boot-shoes, boot-polish, plumbers, cement vendors are being considered. It is learned that all markets will be allowed to be open from 7 pm to 5 pm.

ગુજરાતી માં  માહિતી માટે અહીં  ક્લિક કરો

Gujarati Sandesh News Click Here

On Monday, PM Modi held a review meeting with the Chief Ministers of the state through video conference. The meeting was attended by Gujarat CM Rupani, Deputy CM Nitin Patel, Minister of State for Home Pradeepsinh Jadeja, besides the state police chief, health secretary and secretary. In a meeting with PM Modi, CM Rupani along with Corona gave information about the current state of the state.
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