– Meetings Committee meeting was held.
Gwalior Corona Curfew Update: Gwalior.NaiDunia Representative. The infection of Kovid-19 should not increase, but economic activities should also go on. All precautionary steps should be taken for this. To unlock the district, a meeting of the District Crisis Management Committee was held late in the evening on Sunday in the collectorate’s meeting chaired by the state energy minister and Kovid in-charge minister for the district, Pradyuman Singh Tomar. Regional members Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar and all the members of the Crisis Management Committee were present in the meeting.
In the meeting of the Crisis Management Committee, Energy Minister Pradyuman Singh Tomar and Regional MP Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar said that we all have to make collective efforts to make our district free of corona. Along with this, economic activities will also have to be started gradually. It was decided unanimously in the meeting that shops of essential commodities including milk, vegetables, grocery, bread, etc. should be opened by 11 am. Besides, permission should be given to open all remaining shops from 11 am to 5 pm.
It was also decided in the meeting to allow home delivery from all the restaurants. Along with this, it has to be ensured that what has been fixed in the guidelines set by the government. It has also been decided to send a detailed note of the suggestions given by the members for approval of the government.
Collector Kaushalendra Vikram Singh said in the meeting that a detailed plan of important suggestions made by the members of the Crisis Management Committee will be prepared and sent for approval of the government. After approval from the government, it will be implemented. He informed that as per the guideline set by the government, there will be a curfew on Saturday night from 10 am to 10 am on Monday. Along with this, approval will be obtained by sending proposals to the government on the proposal to keep the market closed for two days in a week.