Will lockdown continue in UP even after May 3?

Countrywide lockdown is the security shield seen by every state. In the churn going on from the central government level on the issue of extending or not extending the lockdown, most of the ministers of Uttar Pradesh government are in favor of not opening the lockdown. However, the decision has to be taken by the central government.

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The lockdown period which has been running for more than one month is ending on May 3. According to their own speculation whether the lockdown will open from May 4 or not. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has asked all states to decide on this, along with an action plan for prevention of corona infection, as well as suggestions on lockdown. For this, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has started a discussion with his ministers.

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On Tuesday, under this, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath held a meeting with cabinet ministers at Lok Bhavan and asked for suggestions. According to sources, most of the ministers were not in favor of opening the lockdown at the moment. Everyone feared that if there is a crowd gathering due to any reason, then there will be a risk of spreading corona infection. Some ministers also suggested giving relief in lockdown on the basis of red, orange and green zones. On Wednesday, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will take a suggestion after meeting with state ministers on this subject. Then, based on the conclusion of all suggestions, he will send his proposal to the Central Government.

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