Unlock process will start in Delhi from May 31, construction activities and factories will be started first


Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday announced the first to revive the economic activities of construction and factories in order to open the lockdown in a phased manner from 31 May. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday said that Delhi has largely overcome the second wave of Kovid-19 and now the process of removing the lockdown will be started gradually. However, he said that the war against Corona is not over yet.

Kejriwal said on Friday that Corona cases in Delhi have been steadily decreasing, infection rate has been 1.5% in the last 24 hours and there have been around 1100 cases of corona. In view of this, construction activities and factories are being opened from Monday morning.

The Chief Minister said that in the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) meeting held today to discuss the process of unlocking (relaxation of restrictions) in the capital Delhi in the wake of decreasing cases of Kovid-19, a discussion with Lt. Governor Anil Baijal During this it has been agreed. It has been decided in the meeting that the lockdown will be lifted gradually. He said that this lockdown would go on till 5 am Monday. After that we will start the unlocking process. In this process we have to first take care of the lower class – daily wage laborers, laborers, migrant workers. Kejriwal said that it has been decided that factories will be opened and construction activities will be allowed. He said that every week, on the basis of experts and public opinion, the government will continue the process of unlocking.


The Chief Minister said that we will continue the process of slowly opening the lockdown on the basis of week to week public suggestions and expert opinion, provided the corona does not start growing again.

Significantly, while announcing the extension of the lockdown period in Delhi on Saturday, the Chief Minister had said that the process of unlocking will start from May 31, if the case of Kovid-19 and the decrease in infection rate continues.

The Chief Minister said that after facing so many problems, we have overcome the second wave to some extent. This does not mean that the fight is over. The situation is under control for the moment. The rate of infection has been around 1.5 percent in the last 24 hours.



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