Yogi Strict About Corona, Said- People Do Not Leave Home Without Masks, They Will Give Khadi Masks To The Poor For Free


Posted on 4th Apr 2020 12:18 pm by rohit kumar

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a meeting with top officials in the capital Lucknow on Saturday. During this time, Yogi said that it would not be allowed at all to go out of the house without a mask. For this, the government will provide Khadi masks to the poor for free.

 

Yogi said in the meeting that if the lockdown ends then everyone will be wearing a mask under the Epidemic Act. The UP government will prepare 66 crore Khadi triple layer special masks for 23 crore people. This special mask will be available to the poor for free. With this, Khadi mask will be available to other citizens at a very cheap price. The Khadi mask will be a reuse washabul mask of clothes.

 

Earlier on Friday, in a team-11 meeting at his government residence, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said that if the lockdown opens from April 15, the situation will be very challenging. In such a situation, who will be trapped, he will try to come from there. Under these circumstances, it will be very challenging to comply with social distancing. For this, prepare an action plan from now on. Prepare an action plan when and how schools, colleges, different markets and malls will open.

 

The Chief Minister said that every needy should ensure that food is delivered on time. For this, seek help of voluntary organizations also. In coordination with the DMs of the concerned districts, nutritious food of Anganwadi should also be sent door to door.

 

Lockdown may open from April 15 with some conditions

 

There is a lockdown across the country until April 14 to prevent infection with the corona virus. The markets are closed. Trains, buses, airplanes, taxis, nothing is going on. In such a situation, the government has started discussing the preparations for opening the lockdown. On Friday, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a meeting with officials in this regard. In which the opening of the said lockdown will not mean complete exemption. The UP government will maintain a number of restrictions in the event of Lokdown being lifted after April 14. Its purpose is to stop chaos and follow social distancing.

 

School colleges will remain closed, trapped people will get preference

According to sources, the government will keep the basic and secondary schools and colleges closed for a certain period even further, but the technical and professional colleges are ready to be opened. When the lockdown opens, first those people who are stranded here for several days will be given preference to come and go. And are unable to go home. For this, transport service will be started in limited scope.

 

Markets and markets may open, goods may remain closed

 Markets and mandis will be opened. There are plans to keep multiplexes out of this range in goods. The Chief Minister says that the DM and SP should first assess the situation after the removal of the lock down, so that the subsequent difficulties can be dealt with. The emphasis of the government is not to allow crowds in any form anywhere after 15. All the precaution of the present time will also be strictly followed later. This includes everything from leaving the group to sanitization.

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