Unlock Madhya Pradesh: Bhopal. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is addressing the people of the state. CM Shivraj has also sought suggestions from citizens regarding Corona Unlock. Sandesh of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan is being broadcast live on Doordarshan Madhya Pradesh, regional TV and official social media channels.
CM said that even though the infection rate is decreasing, there is a need to be more careful in Indore and Bhopal. He told the people that the virus has not ended yet and we still need to be vigilant. He said that economic activities will open gradually from June 1, as the Corona curfew cannot last forever.
Shivraj said that there has been a huge success in controlling the rate of infection in Madhya Pradesh, but we still have to be cautious. We have decided to give concessions to the people gradually. If people remain inattentive, crowds start gathering, then the infection will not take long.
The CM said that in which district the Crisis Management Committee will decide what concession to be given. This committee will give relaxation according to local conditions. Now the third wave is being talked about. If we remain inattentive, the infection will continue to grow.
We should avoid mass events like marriage. Infection with such activities spreads rapidly. Rules will be made and section 144 will be imposed, but the corona investigation will continue with that. We will do 75 thousand tests every day. Fever clinics will also be operational. Covid care centers will not be closed in the state.
– CMO Madhya Pradesh (@CMMadhyaPradesh) May 26, 2021
In the state, all citizens can give their suggestions regarding phasing out and unlocking of the public curfew by 31 May.
People can give their suggestions through the following means
• Visit: http://mp.mygov.in
• WhatsApp: 9098151870
• email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chief Minister has instructed that "Unlock" Take full care of 5 things in the process.
Apply 1-cent percent of the person’s mask.
2 – Do as many tests as possible.
3- Kill corona campaign should be continued and every patient of cold, cough, fever etc. should be identified and treated immediately.
Battle of Corona should be fought with public participation and the local Crisis Management Group should take a decision regarding their village, town and city.
5- Every person must behave like a corona.
Six groups of ministers set up to fix unlock conditions and other arrangements
The government has formed a group of ministers to decide the form of relief from Corona curfew in the state from June 1. This group will discuss the unlock and discuss the process with the experts of the country and the world. This will take care that the corona infection does not grow again. The entire roadmap will be prepared under the supervision of this group, how much and how to be exempted. Similarly, five other groups have also been formed. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan informed the ministers about this decision before the cabinet meeting. Late night, the names of the ministers included in these groups were announced. He also instructed to talk to the disaster management committees in the district in charge on the unlock so that when the provisions are in place, they should play an effective role in following them.
Home Minister Dr. Narottam Mishra said that the Chief Minister gave information about the condition of Corona before the meeting. He informed that the state is getting in a position to control corona infection. Positive episode 2422 has come on Tuesday. 7373 have returned home healthy. The recovery rate has been 92.68 percent.
In many districts the rate of infection has come down to five percent. The transition rate is to be brought to zero by 31 May. At the same time, normal activities have to be started. For this, we will start the process of unlocking and the process of investigation will go on simultaneously. Covid care centers will also continue to operate. The system of treatment will continue so that the infected person gets treatment and the infection does not spread. For this, disaster management committees have to be kept active. Their participation in the unlock process will also be ensured. The minister should visit the districts under his charge and communicate with the committees up to the village level. Legislators should also be engaged in this work. The opinion of the villagers will be included in the unlock process.
Increased crisis if you are careless
The Chief Minister said that after the first wave of Corona was controlled, everyone got relaxed. Our political, religious and social events started. If there was negligence at all levels, then the Corona crisis increased. If you want to stop the third wave, then we will not unlock it immediately. If all kinds of programs from organizing, mail, marriage and marriage are resumed, then the conference will increase again. Wearing a mask and following physical distance will be mandatory. Violators will be dealt with vigorously. How the market will be opened, how shopkeepers will behave, what protocol will be in place for employees will be decided. The group formed for unlock will see it all.
Group for the management and facilities of hospitals
The Chief Minister said that a group will decide how to behave favorably. The group will suggest how the market should behave between the trader and the customer. How will arrangements be made to prevent infection because markets will now have to be opened to resume economic activities. A group has also been formed to advise people to take steps to remove misconceptions about vaccination from the minds of people. Similarly, a group has been formed to ensure availability of essential commodities including oxygen, along with management of hospitals and providing facilities. In fact, the government had to face the lack of many things from the second wave to the injection. Arrangements will be made in advance to prevent such situations from happening again.
Ministerial groups formed late at night
1. To suggest a systematic abolition of corona curfew –
Dr. Narottam Mishra Home, Meena Singh Mandwe Tribal Affairs, Kamal Patel Agriculture, Brijendra Pratap Singh Mineral Resources, Dr. Mahendra Singh Sisodia Panchayat and Rural Development, Arvind Singh Bhadoria Cooperatives, Hardeep Singh Dang New and Renewable Energy and Suresh Dhakad Minister of State for Public Works . Coordinator – Additional Chief Secretary Home Dr. Rajesh Rajaura.
2. To make suggestions for the planned management of hospitals –
Vishwas Sarang Medical Education, Dr. Prabhuram Chaudhary Health, Bharat Singh Kushwaha Horticulture and Food Processing, Inder Singh Parmar School of Education, Ramkishore Kanvere Ayush, Brijendra Singh Yadav Public Health Engineering and OPS Bhadauria Minister of State for Urban Development and Housing. Coordinator – Additional Chief Secretary Health Mohammad Suleman.
3. To give suggestions regarding getting the vaccination work done in time –
Vishwas Sarang Medical Education, Dr. Prabhuram Chaudhary Health, Pradyuman Singh Tomar Urja, Prem Singh Patel Animal Husbandry and Dairy, Usha Thakur Minister for Tourism, Culture and Ramkhelavan Patel Backward Class Welfare. Coordinator – Additional Chief Secretary Health Mohammad Suleman.
4. To formulate a strategy for self-reliance in medical oxygen products –
Gopal Bhargava Public Works, Bisahulal Singh Food Civil Supplies, Govind Singh Rajput Revenue and Transport, Omprakash Saklecha Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Arvind Singh Bhadoria Cooperatives, Dr. Mohan Yadav Udha Education and Rajwardhan Singh Dattigaon Industries Ministers. Coordinator – Principal Secretary Industries Sanjay Shukla.
5. For public awareness and necessary publicity –
Dr. Narottam Mishra Home and Jail, Vishwas Sarang Medical Education, Pradyuman Singh Tomar Urja, Usha Thakur Minister of Tourism and Culture and Inder Singh Parmar School Education. Coordinator – Principal Secretary Public Relations Shivasekhar Shukla.
6. Kovid for favorable behavior –
Tulsiram Silavat Water Resources, Vijay Shah Forest, Jagdish Deora Commercial Tax, Yashodhara Raje Scindia Sports and Youth Welfare, Bhupendra Singh Urban Development and Housing, Usha Thakur Tourism and Culture, Arvind Singh Bhadoria Cooperative Minister. Coordinator – Additional Chief Secretary Health Mohammad Suleman.