Delhi Metro will run from June 7, these exemptions have been given in unlock
New Delhi. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced to start the process of unlocking Delhi from Monday in view of the decrease in the cases of Kovid-19. Permission given to restore metro train service on the basis of conditions from June 7, 2021
Addressing a press conference on Saturday, Kejriwal said that markets and malls will open in Delhi on June 7. Markets will be opened on the lines of odd-even. Permission has also been given to run metro trains in Delhi with 50% passengers.
In government offices, all Group A employees will come to the office, 50 percent of the group’s employees will work from the office. Private offices will also open with 50 percent capacity.
He said that experts have warned of a third wave. In such a situation, it is necessary to follow the corona guidelines. We are preparing to deal with the third wave of Kovid-19 keeping in mind that there could be 37,000 cases when it reaches its peak.
It is noteworthy that last week the government had allowed manufacturing and construction activities in Delhi, starting the process of unlocking in a phased manner. The lockdown was imposed in Delhi on 19 April.