New Delhi. It has been decided to open the lockdown which has been going on in the capital since last month. Limited unlock is being done in Delhi from Monday. In which no permission has been given to open the markets. However, this decision of the Delhi government has now angered the traders again.
After the cases of Corona in the capital in the month of April, business organizations wrote a letter to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, calling the weekend curfew insufficient and the government Had demanded to impose complete lockdown in Delhi. Along with this, the state government had voluntarily announced the closure of the markets if no decision was taken. However, within a few days, the Delhi government had announced the imposition of lockdown.
Now the traders have once again become angry about the Delhi government not fully unlocking. They say that the Delhi government has unlocked but has not allowed the markets to open. The Confederation of All India Trades has expressed displeasure against the government in its meeting on Saturday and has also said that a crisis of livelihood has arisen in front of the traders.
However, on the issue of unlock and traders in Delhi, former AIIMS director MC Mishra says that if it has been decided not to open the markets now, then it is fine. If the lockdown is opened in the premature stage, then Delhi will return to the same situation. They say that the traders were demanding a lockdown last month, in such a situation it still has to be understood that the situation of Corona as seen now, if careless then the situation will get worse.In April, traders sent letters to the government to impose lockdown
Let us inform that after the imposition of weekend curfew by the Delhi government in mid-April, the traders had sent letters demanding imposition of lockdown for seven days of the week. On 14 April, the Confederation of All India Traders wrote a letter to Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, calling the curfew insufficient and demanding a complete lockdown, as well as saying that if the government does not do so, then there will be a danger to the health of the people. will be born.
After this, on 18 April, all the business organizations including CAIT announced the closure of almost all the markets of Delhi from 19 April. In the letter issued by CAIT, it was said that the traders have decided to shut down the paper, electric, drug, electronics, radio, chemical, grocery, footwear, cycle market etc. including Chandni Chowk on their own.
On 20th April, the major markets of Delhi like Chandni Chowk, Chawri Bazar, Bhagirath Palace, Sadar, Chawri Bazar, Lajpat Nagar, Nai Sadak, Khari Baoli, Kinari Bazar, Chemical Market, East Delhi, Gandhi Nagar, Rubber, Plastic and Computer Market will be closed. Closed. During this, the associations of major markets of Delhi also supported. At the same time, the traders strongly supported and expressed happiness while imposing a weekly lockdown on behalf of the Delhi government and then increasing it.