Economic activities are not possible at the moment but what will happen after May 17 that still remains a question. everything will be normal as before because the World Health Organization has also said that the coronavirus is going to live with us for a long time. Lockdown is the biggest weapon in the fight against the coronavirus. On May 17, 54 days of lockdown are going to be completed in the country. Now, the question in everyone’s mind is, will the country return to the old forum? Will all the work start to happen as before? It is not possible at the moment that after May 17, everything will be normal as before because the World Health Organization has also said that the coronavirus is going to live with us for a long time. We have to proceed with extra caution. Social distances and masks have to be part of life. Of course, the government is gradually moving towards the end of the lockdown.
The Home Ministry had given some concessions in lockdown Government offices in the districts, i.e., Green and Orange Zone, which were left out of corona infection and less affected by the infection, were started after adopting some safety standards. Fifteen special trains have already been announced across the country from May 12. The booking of tickets has also started. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri has already said that we will gradually open up the aviation sector. Moving one step further, aviation secretary Pradeep Singh Srila held a meeting with the official on Monday and discussed the matter.
The Central Government has since April 20 data on government activities, call centers, courier services, e-commerce companies, cold storage, and warehousing service, private security, and office management services, electricians, plumbers, motor mechanic, IT repair, carpenter, an e-commerce company, rural industries, special economic zone, export-oriented zone, the industry of industrial townships, food processing industry in rural areas, manufacturing of IT hardware, allowed to start coal, mineral production, and transportation, exploration of oil and gas, jute industry, brick kilns in rural areas. Now, the government intends to undertake all kinds of activities in the orange and green zone, only in areas where the number of corona infected is high or is continuously increasing. Two hundred eighty-four districts of the country are in the orange zone, and 319 districts are in the green zone. All kinds of activities may start at the earliest in these districts, but there are many difficulties.
The country’s big cities are in Delhi Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Bengaluru, Hyderabad Red Zone. These cities have the highest economic interest. Either the big industries are there or their headquarters. Further, the shortage of laborers in starting these activities can also become a major snag. Most of the laborers have migrated due to the non-availability of work in the lockdown. It is expected that these laborers will come back soon after the business starts. In the fifth consecutive discussion with chief ministers on Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi also said that gradually, but economic activities are gaining momentum in many parts of the country. It will be expedited in the coming days. It is clear that the government intends to speed up the economy. With this, we also have to remember that the corona has not yet gone, but it is with us. Therefore, it is very important to adopt all safety standards, including social distances. If that is not done, we can be in big trouble even from lockdown. subscribe chauahnsameer.com for the latest news and editorials.