On Friday, amidst the lockdown imposed across the country to prevent the outbreak of Coronavirus, the Home Ministry gave permission to open some shops. However, in the face of growing confusion among people about opening of shops, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Home Affairs has given a clarification. The Ministry of Home Affairs clarified that shops which are selling goods can open, but services which are providing, such as salons, beauty treatments, spas are not allowed to open. According to the new order of the Ministry of Home Affairs, it is not allowed to open any kind of restaurant.
For your information, let us tell you that the Ministry of Home Affairs clarified that the order issued on Friday means that in rural areas, all shops are allowed to open. However, shops located in shopping malls are not included. In urban areas, all single shops, neighborhood shops and shops located in residential complexes are allowed to open. However, shops located in markets / market complexes and shopping malls are not allowed to open.
In its statement, the ministry further said that it is clarified that e-commerce companies are allowed to sell only essential commodities. It is also clarified that along with the sale of liquor, the sale of other items is also prohibited, as specified in the National Instructions on Management of Kovid-19. The above shops are not allowed to open in all the areas, whether rural or urban, as specified in the consolidated revised guidelines, which are declared as control zones by the respective States / UTs. has gone.
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