Confusion over ‘lockdown’ in India, educational institutions and religious sites remain closed for a month

Confusion over ‘lockdown’ in India, educational institutions and religious sites remain closed for a month
Confusion over 'lockdown' in India, educational institutions and religious sites remain closed for a month

New Delhi: The Cabinet of Ministers for the Control and Control of ‘Covid 19’ in India recommends the closure of schools, colleges, shopping malls and religious sites by May 1st. Indian media quoted the source as saying that the lockdown should not be more than 14 April, even if there is a situation of no more than 15 May, it is recommended that the activities of schools, colleges, shopping malls and religious places be closed. The cabinet meeting was chaired by Defense Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday. Home Minister Amit Shah was also present in the meeting. The meeting concluded that lock-in at schools, colleges, shopping malls and religious sites would not be allowed to start functioning in the normal way for the next four weeks. The recommendations made by the cabinet meeting have been forwarded to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. On the other hand, 8 state governments including Madhya Pradesh have urged the central government to continue the lockdown after April 14. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to discuss the video conference with the chief ministers and leaders of various parties before the government decides whether to lift or suspend lockdown after April 14. According to sources, the central government is also planning to prolong the lockdown. Modi has said that the struggle against Corona can be prolonged. Confusion over ‘lockdown’ in India.

Air ticket booking open, fare up to four times expensive : Lockdown is taking place in India on April 14. The government has fixed the lockdown period until April 14. But it is not clear whether the lockdown will be removed or sustained. However, private airlines in India have already opened flight bookings for April 15. The passenger pressure has also increased as the airline is scheduled to resume in the long run. Therefore, the tickets for the airlines that have opened bookings are now reported to be several times more  expensive. Especially since the 21st of April, the flight ticket rate was found to be expensive. Delhi, Mumbai and Patna flights have the highest prices. Tickets are usually sold at these destinations up to four times as expensive. Other routes also have passengers complaining about three times as expensive. Airline tickets are available at a cheaper rate than on April 21. Confusion over ‘lockdown’ in India.

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