May 20, 2020, 06:21 AM IST
Shajapur. The traders who opened the shop after the lock down ended after 17 May were not in the mugalete. They will also have to keep their shops closed in lock-4. The time fixed earlier by the administration for the stores of essential commodities. Based on the same, shops will still open. Other shops will not open without the approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs.
After Lockdown-3 is over, there will be undeclared lock down in the district. The shops of essential goods were earlier allowed to open at different times. They will still remain in force. Now the local administration will not be able to decide to open other shops at its own level. The Chief Minister also warned the collectors of all the districts about this. In such a case, if the district administration has to decide the time for opening any other shops, then they will not be able to decide from their level. Only here they will be able to make proposals. Only after the proposal is approved by the Home Ministry from Delhi, the local administration will be able to implement it in their district.
All other shops from buses will also remain closed.
Apart from bus operations and essential goods, all other shops will remain closed like lock down-4. Not only this, along with the imperative of wearing masks, the local administration will also strictly follow social distancing. From the operation of the buses, other shops will also remain closed.
Collector Dr. Virendra Singh Rawat said that without the approval of the Ministry of Home Affairs, Delhi, no decision can be taken to open any new shop. We have prepared a proposal for exemption. Which will soon be sent to the Ministry of Home Affairs. Only after getting approval from there, a decision can be taken regarding opening of new shops. The system is in operation at the moment. It will do the same.