The Corona situation in the state is reviewed by the task force on Friday. After that the information is given to the Chief Minister and on that basis
Mumbai: When will Mumbai’s lifeline be launched for the general public? State Minister for Relief and Rehabilitation Vijay Vadettiwar has given important information on this. Except for essential service personnel, all are prohibited from traveling on the Mumbai local train.
The key question is when these restrictions imposed on locals by Corona will be lifted. When asked about this, Minister Vadettivar has clarified the role of the government.
Although the state of corona is currently under control in the state, the state is not corona free. The daily patient population is still large. The number of patients has stabilized at the peak of the daily wave in the first wave. Around 10,000 new patients are being found every day.
While the second wave has not completely subsided, the possibility of a third wave is also on the rise. “All of these factors need to be considered and this situation needs to be taken into account when deciding on any restrictions,” Vadettivar said.
Vadettiwar further said, “Any decision regarding local trains will have to be taken thoughtfully and whatever decision is taken, Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray himself will discuss it with experts and concerned.
Every Friday the Corona status in the state is reviewed by the Task Force. After that the information is given to the Chief Minister and further decisions are taken accordingly.
Meanwhile, the State Election Commission has postponed the by-elections of Zilla Parishad and Panchayat Samiti. The decision was welcomed by Vadettiwar. The postponement of the elections by the Commission is not the success or failure of anyone, it is the success of all OBCs. The Chief Minister fully cooperated in this.