Indore: Strict restrictions imposed, time fixed for factory workers

May 09 2021 11:56 AM
Indore: Strict restrictions imposed, time fixed for factory workers

Indore: Corona infection is on the rise in Madhya Pradesh. The infection of corona is spreading rapidly in every district of the state. According to the information received, a meeting of industrial organizations and disaster management group was held in Indore last Saturday in view of the threat of corona virus. A number of major decisions were taken to prevent corona infection in the city after the meeting. As per the information received, it was agreed to keep industrial units operational in the district after the meeting but some guidelines were laid down for the same. During the meeting, workers working in factories and factories will be called at different times and workers will be able to go home at the scheduled time.

It is said that the morning shift workers will be able to work between 8.30 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. and evening shift workers from 6 a.m.  to 7 a.m. and from 1.30 p.m. to 2.30 p.m. Let us also tell you that in view of the threat of corona virus, a number of restrictions have also been imposed in Rajgarh and Beawara districts. In fact, in both these districts, cars and taxis operating on commercial purposes have now been completely banned. At the same time, the District Collector of Rajgarh said in a statement, "The Covid protocol is in force in the city and all markets and shops will remain closed except essential services. The auction of vegetables has also been banned in view of the corona crisis".

He said that after the meeting of industrial organizations and disaster management, it was decided that if factories and factory buses travel, they will not be banned. The factory buses will run all the time but if an employee wants to come in their private vehicle, he has to come at the scheduled time slot.

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