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Thackeray government’s package incomplete? The Congress leader made a big demand

Due to the growing number of patients in the state, the government has announced extremely strict restrictions between the 15th and 30th. As a result, small businesses are suffering financially

, Mumbai: Due to the growing number of patients in the state, the government has announced very strict restrictions between 15th and 30th. As a result, small businesses are suffering financially. Therefore, Congress state president Nana Patole has demanded financial help for farmers, saloon drivers, florists, Mumbai boxers and small traders in the state.

Against the backdrop of lockdown in the state, the government has announced a package for some components. But it did not include farmers, salon shopkeepers, florists, taxi drivers, fishmongers, boxers in Mumbai and small traders.

These factors are going to be greatly affected by the curfew imposed to overcome the corona. These factors should also be given due justice by providing for them in the package. This demand has been made by Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee President Nana Patole.

The curfew will have a major impact on vegetable, horticulture and floriculture businesses. During this period, there is not much movement of goods in the market, which will result in financial loss to the farmers and also due to the closure of the saloon shop.

As all religious places are banned during this period, florists will also face starvation. Patole said in a letter that these packages should also be included in the package, which is an important component of Mumbai.

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