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Gurugram and Faridabad are not currently locked down, the Haryana government is waiting for the Centre’s permission

No lockdown in Gurugram Faridabad Districts of Haryana NCR will not be subjected to lockdown at present. A proposal for lockdown was sent to Faridabad and Gurugram in Haryana, but the Haryana government is still waiting for the Centre’s approval. However, strict action will be taken in NCR.


New Delhi. No lockdown in Gurugram & Faridabad: Haryana government will tighten the number of corona infected areas which are increasing in the National Capital Region (NCR). State Chief Secretary Vijay Vardhan on Friday sent a proposal to the government to impose a week-long lockdown in Gurugram and Faridabad. Currently, Lockdown will not be imposed in Gurugram and Faridabad.

Manohar government will wait for the decision of the central government for the lockdown. For this, in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Manohar Lal, a committee to monitor measures to prevent infection from Corona has also been decided that 100% home to work in private institutions in Gurugram, Faridabad, Sonipat, Rohtak, Hisar (Work from Home ) Should be preferred.

On the transition to Corona growing in the districts included in NCR including Gurugram, Faridabad, Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala said that locking in one or two cities alone would be of no use. Dushyant argues that for this, the central government will have to decide the lockdown in the entire NCR. Because the conditions are worse in Noida, Ghaziabad than Gurugram, Faridabad. The link to the transition will be broken only when the decision of Lockdown is made across the entire NCR, as millions of people commute daily to the cities of NCR. Come in contact with each other. For the time being people will have to take their own rescue measures.

Private companies are also providing oxygen

According to Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala, the government is getting voluntary support from private companies of the state where oxygen is being produced for their own needs. Giving the example of Jindal Steel, Dushyant said that Jindal Steel took the initiative to meet the shortage of oxygen in a hospital in Gurugram and now the government is getting such offers from all the companies that are producing oxygen for their production. She prepares. There will be no shortage of oxygen in the state.

Powers given strictness to the Deputy Commissioners of high transition districts


The government has empowered the concerned Deputy Commissioners of the districts with more infections to exercise more vigorously. Under this, the Deputy Commissioner can also, among other measures, allow only pharmaceutical and dairy products shops to be opened in the markets after six o’clock in the evening. Remaining grocery, vegetable, fruit or other essential items should be sold till six o’clock.

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