All weekly are reopening in the country’s capital Delhi from Monday. Markets across Delhi were closed in view of the havoc of the second wave of corona virus. Now in view of the decline in the daily cases of Corona, all the markets have been allowed to open during the various process of unlocking.
Announcing the opening of all weekly markets in Delhi, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal tweeted that “Weekly markets are opening in Delhi from Monday. The government is very concerned for the poor people and their livelihood. However, everyone’s health and their lives are also important. I urge everyone to follow the rules of Kovid after the market opens.
Delhi is slowly getting unlocked
Weekly markets are about to open in Delhi after a long time. Earlier, a weekly market was allowed to open in a zone with 50 per cent vendors. Metro was allowed to run with 100 percent capacity only two weeks ago after the decrease in the case of Corona in Delhi. Earlier, the metro was also allowed to run with 50 percent capacity. In the process of unlocking in Delhi, cinema theaters were also allowed to open with 50 percent capacity.
small traders will get relief
Now with the opening of the weekly market in Delhi, the beauty of Delhi will again return to its old colors. With this decision of the government, many small traders will get a lot of relief and they will be able to run their livelihood. At the same time, DTC buses, which are called the life of the roads of Delhi, will also be able to take a ride with full capacity seat from Monday.
Let us tell you that during the second wave of Corona in India, many people lost their lives in the capital Delhi. At that time there was a severe shortage of beds and oxygen in the capital. At present, less than a hundred corona cases are being reported in Delhi every day. In view of this, the government has taken these important decisions.