Bhopal, May 13: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan averred on Tuesday that on the one hand the COVID-19 infection chain had to be broken and those affected healed rapidly while on the other economic activities must commence to restore normality in people’s existences.
“New Delhi has asked state dispensations to prepare outlines for the next lockdown and dispatch those by Friday. According to our planning, restrictions will be continued; but in different form. Night curfew must not be lifted. All activities ought to continue in green zones and likewise in orange zones barring infected areas. Similarly, in red zones undertakings can progress except within infected areas and the buffers,” Chouhan was officially quoted. As many as 31 trains carrying migrant labourers have reached the state and more are scheduled. At the same time, workers from other states are also returning. Arrangements are in place so that no roustabout sleeps hungry or is compelled to move on foot. A total 375 buses are plying for their benefit. (UNI)