PM Modi has extended the lockdown till May 3 to reduce the spread of Corona. After 20 April, workers are seen working in some states. The Union Home Ministry, while clarifying its guidelines issued on April 15, said that if the workers of the factories in rural areas were found to be corona infected, only those owners would be fined. This penalty will be imposed on the factory owners only when it is proved that the management of the company or institution has made a mistake, either intentionally or negligently. Meanwhile, the Press Council of India has also issued a statement raising concerns about the large number of journalists getting corona infected. The government and media companies have been requested to help in such cases.
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On Wednesday, the Ministry of Home Affairs rejected the misrepresentation of some media reports and clarified that the guidelines of the Ministry have been misinterpreted. Some reports said that if an employee was found to be Corona positive, then the directors and management of the company would be criminally prosecuted.
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In his statement, the Home Ministry spokesman tweeted that according to the guidelines of the Ministry, the DM (Disaster Management) Act, 2005 will be applicable only if the employer has deliberately or negligently increased the corona infection. The central government's PIB tweeted that those media reports are false in which the role of the management in the utensils comes under the purview of clause-21.
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