Arif Khan speaks the lockdown in Kerala, says 'State govt is following the instructions of the Center'
Arif Khan speaks the lockdown in Kerala, says 'State govt is following the instructions of the Center'
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Kochi: After the Union Home Ministry's laxity in the loosening of the lockdown rules in Kerala, Governor Arif Mohammad Khan has said that the Centre's guidelines regarding the corona virus in Kerala are being followed completely and There is no such problem. Explain that the Kerala government allowed restaurants in urban areas, bus operations in the city and micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) industries. But this exemption was lifted after the Ministry of Home Affairs on Monday raised objections in the matter.

Now Governor Arif Mohammad Khan, Pinarayi Vijayan also spoke on the efforts of CM Pinarayi Vijayan in stopping the spread of Corona in the state. He said, I constantly get information about the steps being taken by the government against the spread of this deadly disease. He said, 'I am not only satisfied with the parameters of the government but also very happy with their performance.'

Kerala Governor Arif Mohammad Khan said that when the Center objected to some reliefs given by the state, the CM immediately withdrew those decisions. 'There is no problem about it now. The state government is following the guidelines issued by the central government. Let us tell you that in Kerala there have been a total of 438 Corona cases out of which 323 have been cured. Two people have died due to corona in the state.

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