The Confederation of All India Traders demanded a lockdown of at least 10 days from the Delhi government.
CAT had sent a letter to Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal earlier this morning demanding a lock-down. However, now the decision of the weekend curfew is not told enough.
On behalf of the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), the imposition of weekend curfew in the capital of Delhi Government was a right step but inadequate. On behalf of CAT, it has been said that the way in cases of Karona is increasing wildly and medical facilities are not being available in the proportion of people suffering from Corona. Seeing him, it is very important to break the corona chain once. For this, it is very important to put a lock down of at least 10 days.
CAT had sent a letter to Lieutenant Governor of Delhi Anil Baijal and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal earlier this morning demanding a lock-down. However, now the decision of the weekend curfew is not told enough. CAT’s National General Secretary Praveen Khandelwal and State President Vipin Ahuja said that in 18 hours, about 18 thousand cases of karona were registered in Delhi, which is very worrying and is a big threat to the health of Delhi’s people.
Khandelwal said that the rapid pace at which these figures are increasing everyday is a matter of concern for all and now is the time to take concrete decisive steps on this. Now there is a need to put a lock down and in this case all the traders of Delhi are standing with the government and under any circumstances will continue the supply of essential commodities uninterruptedly. As was done during the previous lockdown, it was said on behalf of the CAT that it would soon call a meeting of the merchant organizations of Delhi and take a detailed decision on every issue related to the lockdown. If necessary, the traders themselves can also call to close their shops. Whatever decision will be taken will be with the advice of all the business organizations of Delhi.