Bhopal: Collector-DIG arrives to take stock as soon as unlock announced

Bhopal: The havoc of corona infection in Madhya Pradesh is now receding but in the meantime it has not been fully unlocked. The unlocking process has started from June 1 and a day before the unlock, Collector Avinash Lavanya had made a statement saying, "It has been agreed to monitor the capital Bhopal in a phased manner from June 1, while markets will be opened gradually, even after many places in the capital are opening unordered shops.''

According to recent information, collector Avinash Lavanya and DIG Irshad Wali suddenly reached Karond Chowk in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh today. Meanwhile, angry with municipal corporation, police and other officials for seeing open shops without orders, collector Avinash Lavanya and DIG Irshad Wali immediately closed flower shops, vegetable carts, restaurants.

The Government has already issued separate guidelines for districts with a weekly transition rate of more than 5% and a transition rate less than that. Under this guideline, curfew has been relaxed only if the infection rate is more than 5% in districts where the rate of infection is higher during unlock, while less than 5%. Talking about the capital Bhopal, collector Avinash Lavanya and DIG Irshad Wali have been visiting the city to take stock of the unlock since the unlock. At the same time, they are also explaining to the people of Bhopal to strictly follow the Corona Guidelines.

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