Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday sent a proposal for opening of hotels , gym and weekly baazar to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.
Citing the health bulletin reports of health department, Kejriwal mentioned in his letter to LG Baijal that scare of corona are decreasing in the country’ Capital. In this way, hotels and gyms and weekly markets should be opened.
It may be recalled that earlier, Kejriwal’s government’s decision to reopen the hotels and weekly market was rejected by the Lieutenant Governor.
It was said that the situation arising out of Corona remains worrisome and the threat has not yet been ended.
However, after this decision of LG, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia write a letter to Union Home Minister Amit Shah instructing LG Baijal to open hotels and weekly markets.
According to Delhi government statistics, till August 5, a total of 140232 cases of coronavirus have been registered in Delhi.