Lockdown in Delhi: Traders Association demands from Lieutenant Governor, lockdown to be extended by May 15
Lockdown in Delhi. After discussing the current status of the Corona epidemic in Delhi and the ongoing lockdown (Confirmation of Lockdown in Delhi), the Confederation of All India Traders, along with Delhi’s leading business leaders and organizations, demanded a hike from Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal to extend the lockdown by 15 May. Has CAT has urged the Lieutenant Governor of Delhi to appoint a Nodal Officer for the support of the merchant organizations of Delhi, together with which the merchant organizations of Delhi can help the government.
Demand to declare lockdown by 15 May
CAT’s National General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal and State President Vipin Ahuja said that all the major merchant organizations of Delhi discussed the current painful situation arising out of Karona and the medical infrastructure available. After discussing in this meeting, everyone said with one voice that the situation in Delhi is very bad for Karona. CAT’s state chairman Sushil Goyal said that the lock-down should be declared in Delhi by May 15, which should be strictly followed so that the corona chain which is fast in Delhi can be broken in any way. At present, there is no such situation in Delhi, because of which markets can be opened. CAT will now have a video conference of merchant organizations in Delhi on April 30, in which a final decision will be taken to lockdown by May 15.
Lockdown is on till May 3 in Delhi
Let us tell you that after the second wave arrives in Delhi, the capital of the country, the lockdown of the second phase will continue till 5 am on May 3. By the way, there is no significant shortage in corona cases in Delhi. If we talk about today, then in the last 24 hours more than 24 thousand cases have been reported in the capital of the country. After which the total number of cases in the state has reached 11.22 lakhs. While the number of active cases has come down to 97,977. The number of people who died in 24 hours is 395, after which the number of people who died in Delhi has increased to 15,722.