Maharashtra Lockdown News: Maharashtra CM May Decide On Strict Lockdown In Next 2 Days: Minister | Mumbai News

MUMBAI: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is expected to decide on a strict lockdown in the next two days as current restrictions are not working to curb Covid-19, Minister of State Vijay said on Monday Wadettiwar. Speaking to reporters here, the Minister of Relief and Rehabilitation also said the state government would consider the lockdown imposed by the Delhi government before making a decision.
“The current curfew is not helping (to contain the spread of Covid-19) as it was intended. A decision is expected on a strict lockdown in a day or two. The Chief Minister will take an appeal after receiving it. consulted others., “he said.
Wadettiwar claimed that traders and traders had previously opposed the imposition of a lockout, but now they are in favor of such a measure.
The minister said his ministry was studying the Delhi lockdown.
“We will take information on how trains and essential services are authorized there (in Delhi) before making a decision,” he added.
The government of Maharashtra had imposed 15-day “lockdown-type” restrictions from April 14 to curb the transmission of the coronavirus.
In his social media address to the people of the state on the evening of April 13, Thackeray announced the sweeping restrictions, restricting the movement of people and non-essential activities.
Article 144 of the CrPC, prohibiting the gathering of five or more people in one place, will be in effect during the period, Thackeray had said, but refrained from labeling the new sidewalks as a lockdown.
These restrictions are in addition to weekend lockdowns and other restrictions that will remain in effect until April 30 as part of its Covid-19 ‘Breaking the Chain’ action plan.