Big announcement on lockdown: CM Uddhav’s decision will be done for 6 months…

Big announcement on lockdown: CM Uddhav’s decision will be done for 6 months… Maharashtra Chief Minister and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray announced through social media on Sunday that there is no longer a lockdown or light curfew in the state.

Maharashtra is one of the states where the corona virus is most affected. Infection cases were seen here a lot. At the same time, when the central government announced the unlock, the lockdown was continued in many states in Maharashtra due to the state of corona infection. Although the situation has now improved but in the meantime, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has made a big announcement about the lockdown. No lockdown or night curfew in Maharashtra Maharashtra Chief Minister and Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray announced through social media on Sunday that there is no longer a lockdown or light curfew in the state. Nor does the government want to implement it again. However, to prevent the situation of imposing lockdown, CM Thackeray implemented some rules, which will be mandatory to follow. Also read: Jharkhand: Exodus accelerates after lockdown, Labor Minister busy in making his leader happy 4 It is mandatory to wear masks for the next 6 months CM Thackeray said that wearing masks will be mandatory in the state for the next 6 months. At the same time, he appealed to take precautions related to Corona during the celebrations of the New Year. 4 Things are not completely under control with Corona He clarified that even though the state of Corona in the state is still under control, the situation is not completely under control. In such a situation, wearing masks in public places should be made a habit for the next 6 months, prevention of anything is a better option than its treatment. Also read: Farmers’ Mahamukabala: Now the stage is getting ready in Ghaziabad, all preparations are done Appeal to take precaution While warning about Corona, Thackeray added, “From the way the other strains of Corona have been discovered in European countries, it is clear that there is no option but to take precautions.” 4 Corona figures in Maharashtra Let us know that 3,940 new corona cases were reported in Maharashtra on Saturday, after which the figure of total corona infects in the state has reached 18,92,707. At the same time, after the death of 74 people due to infection on Saturday, 48,648 infected people have died in the state.

Ban on Jeans-T-shirt: Maharashtra government’s decree, orders given immediately

The Mahavikas Aghadi government of Maharashtra, headed by Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, has issued a decree for government employees. The Uddhav government has told its employees not to wear jeans and T-shirts to the office. It has been said by the government that permanent and contractual employees should not wear jeans-T-shirts to the secretariat and government offices. Also read: Do not take patience test of farmers, government should reconsider agriculture law: Sharad Pawar Order to wear formal clothes to look professional Significantly, employees have been ordered to wear formal clothes to look professional. The decree issued by the Maharashtra government states that employees in secretariat and government offices should not wear jeans or T-shirts and wear formal clothes. In which they appear professional. 4 Such orders have already been issued in some states Let me tell you that earlier in some states, orders have been given to employees not to wear jeans and t-shirts. A similar order was issued by the Rajasthan government in 2018. In the notification issued by the Commissioner of Labor Department, it was said that do not wear jeans-tshirt in the office. Such orders have also been issued in these states Last year, the Bihar government also ordered its employees not to wear casual jeans and T-shirts in the office. At the same time, such orders have been given in Jharkhand, Uttar Pradesh and Himachal Pradesh. In 2012, the Akhilesh government of UP also ordered government employees to come to the office in formal clothes.


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