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Lockdown in Telangana will be extended till May 7, Zomato and Swiggy to be barred from operating after April 20 says CM KCR

Currently, as we all know there is a threat for the whole world, COVID’19, a pandemic disease. Many people are affected and are under the treatment. Many died all around the world. This is said to be the huge disaster worldwide. But still there is a hope for every individual that we can recover from it and make the world dazzling like stars.
The Prime Minister, Narendra Modi has announced a lockdown in all the places of India first for a one day, Sunday 22nd of March. Then it extended for 21 days. However it was yet difficult to control. Again it is announced as lockdown till 3rd of May.
By the night of 18th April, Telangana stated a complete of 858 Covid-19 high-quality instances and 21 deaths. While 186 cured and discharged, 651 patients are currently underneath treatment. Except 4 districts, all of the different 29 districts in nation reported Covid-19 fine cases.

By this, the chief minister of Telangana,  K Chandrasekhar Rao, on Sunday (18th April) has announced the lockdown will extend till May 7th and be implemented in a tough manner. There will be no relaxation given from April 20. Moreover, the extension or relaxation of lockdown will be given only after having a meeting in the state cabinet on May 5.

The Telangana authorities additionally banned congregations of all religions within the nation until May 7. The kingdom authorities ordered over 10,000 personal schools including over 30 lakh college students no longer to hike tuition charges for the duration of the 2020-21 educational 12 months and gather training charges handiest on a month-to-month basis regardless of collecting the whole year’s fee right away. The selection turned into taken to present relief to the parents, who’ve lost their earnings and livelihood at some point of the lockdown length.

Rao said Telangana authorities has appealed to the centre to loosen up Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management limits to help states improve required funds owing to severe loss of revenues that the states suffered at some stage in the lockdown length.

“Telangana has been suffering large sales losses as towards a median of round Rs 15,000 crore of sales collections a month,” he said, adding that it affected the capability of the states to serve the loans raised for various developmental projects, making it hard to and meet the salaries and pensions of government workforce.

Rao said the union authorities will need to take ambitious selections on the fiscal policies on the country wide degree to help the states to tide over the crisis emanating from the Covid-19 outbreak.
Telangana authorities has additionally decides to relax the power constant power costs for all industrial gadgets that had been shut down in the course of lockdown duration.

He also announced that online meals transport offerings may even remain suspended till May 7 and meals aggregators like Swiggy and Zomato will stay offline in Hyderabad at some stage in the lockdown in view of the coronavirus pandemic. “We will not die if will do not eat pizza,” CM K Chandrashekar Rao asserted.

The selection to prohibit on-line meals transport has come days after a Pizza delivery boy in Delhi tested fantastic for coronavirus and seventy two households needed to be put underneath quarantine. KCR said that there will be no relaxation within the lockdown and the equal regulations with even stricter curbs could be observed till May 7.

Furthermore, weddings will now not be allowed to take place inside the state even after May 7 and feature halls shall be used to keep fertilizers, CM KCR said. A decision on this regard could be taken with the aid of district collectors, he delivered.

Telangana’s extension of lockdown has come hours after Delhi and Punjab introduced that they might not loosen up the regulations after April 20 even as Prime Minister Narendra Modi had said numerous services will be resumed in inexperienced zones.

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