Underlining the significance of protecting general wellbeing and the economy, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal Tuesday looked for recommendations from individuals on diagramming the guide to ease limitations and offer relaxations in the national capital after May 17 when the third period of lockdown closes.
Kejriwal, who has been pushing more prominent relaxations to help the economy, said the Delhi government will draft its proposition, which should be imparted to the Union government by May 15, in view of contributions from individuals and specialists.
“On one hand we will have to protect ourselves from Corona, take care of our health, on the other hand we also need to protect the health of our economy. Because a lot of people are facing difficulties due to the lockdown,” Kejriwal said.
The AAP boss said Prime Minister Narendra Modi, during his video conferencing with every single boss pastor on Monday, looked for proposals from the states and Union Territories on plans post May 17. Kejriwal had spoke to the PM to order just the regulation zones as red zones and not all the 11 locale of Delhi.