Puna will see some relaxation in its lockdown. Shops selling non-essential wares, including alcohol, will be permitted to work from Monday in the non-regulation zones of Pune area of Maharashtra, an authority said.
Relaxations have been additionally been given to the businesses in the country territories of the region. “We are offering consent to the businesses in country parts of the locale. Likewise, alcohol outlets and shops selling insignificant wares will likewise be permitted to open in the non-control zones in the area and city limits,” said Pune locale authority Naval Kishore Ram. In the mean time, Pune police expanded the prohibitory requests till May 17 by offering halfway relaxations to shops.
As indicated by the police, five shops of unnecessary products on a specific street or path will be permitted to work between 10 am and 6 pm. “The building destinations have been offered authorization to continue their exercises with a condition that they will mastermind convenience of the workers at the site,” said Joint Commissioner of Police Ravindra Shisave said in the request. The request, in any case, said that in the control zones, there won’t be any relaxations as the shops selling basic items will stay open between 10 am and 2 pm.