- The details of the next phase of the unlock process will be in the order of DDMA
- Markets and malls can be opened on the basis of odd-even formula
- 50% staff can be called in government and private offices
In the process of unlocking in Delhi, it is now expected to open the markets. Sources say that the Delhi government is making efforts to open the markets and for this a plan has also been prepared by the government. If approved by the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), markets and malls in Delhi can be opened on the basis of the odd-even formula from next week. Along with social distancing in the markets, the orders of DDMA will have to be implemented and the government is also making preparations for this. Sources say that the Delhi government wants the rules to be strictly followed in every market. Sources say that no approval will be given to open the weekly market yet.
Along with metro operation, private offices are also allowed
The process of unlocking has been started in Delhi from this week. In the first week only factory and construction activities were allowed and in the next phase, the picture can be clear about what exemption is given in Delhi. Business organizations are demanding that the markets should be opened as soon as possible because their business is being affected very badly due to the lockdown. Sources say that in the next phase of the unlock process in Delhi, 50 percent of the staff can be called in government and private offices. Apart from this, the possibility of running the metro is also being expressed. If it is decided to run the metro, then people will be able to travel only according to the capacity of 50 percent of the seats in the metro and there will be no standing.
CTI demand, market should be opened
Traders’ organization Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI) has been demanding to open the market for the past several days. CTI Chairman Brijesh Goyal says that now the rate of corona infection in Delhi has come down to 0.6 percent and corona cases have come down, so now the time has come to allow markets to open in Delhi. Brijesh Goyal said that along with market associations, gym, salon, hotel and banquet, mall traders have also appealed to the Delhi government to allow them to open their business as soon as possible.
DDM can give order, next step will be details
Sources say that the order of DDMA may come on Saturday, which will have details about the next phase of the unlock process from Monday. It is expected that in this phase, along with the markets, some other conditions may be relaxed. CTI says that in the survey conducted among traders, gyms, salons, hotel and banquet associations, beauty and salon associations are also demanding from the government that their business should also be allowed to start. According to CTI, traders of gyms, salons, hotels and banquets have also appealed to the Delhi government to allow them to open their business at the earliest.
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