No further relaxation in Delhi, except those permitted by Centre: Kejriwal

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The Delhi federal government would not enable any a lot more rest in the ongoing lockdown than all those permitted by the Union property ministry, Main Minister Arvind Kejriwal reported on Sunday and pressured on bringing down the amount of Covid-19 bacterial infections in the countrywide cash.

Addressing an on the net media briefing, the chief minister reported his federal government was applying the Centre’s rules on opening of neighbourhood and standalone outlets through the lockdown till May 3.

No markets and malls will be authorized to open in the countrywide cash and all outlets in Covid-19 containment zones will remain shut, he extra.

“The federal government will sustain status quo and will not loosen up lockdown limitations till May 3, other than all those permitted by the Union property ministry,” the Main Minister reported.

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