Bhopal: Madhya Pradesh government has started taking big steps. Many important decisions were taken during a high-level meeting held at CM’s residence. In a meeting organized under the chairmanship of CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan, it was decided that now all the government offices of the state will work only for five days for the coming three months. The offices will now be open from Monday to Friday from 10 am to 6 pm and will be closed on Saturday and Sunday.
At the same time, it was decided during the meeting that there will be a night curfew in all the urban areas of the state from April 8 until the next order from 10 is to 6 am. Also every Sunday there will be a complete lockdown. During this time any kind of shop or establishment will be banned and if not doing so, the administration will take strict action.
Seven day lockdown in Chhindwara
In view of the increasing corona infection, orders were also issued to impose complete lockdown in Chhindwara district for 7 days coming from 8 pm on April 8. Along with this, it was also decided to impose a complete lockdown of two days in Shajapur city from 8 pm on Wednesday night.
Earlier, CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan had announced that there will be no total lockdown in the state at present. Lockdown is the last option. After reviewing the situation of all the districts, a decision will be taken. He coined the new meaning of MP. CM said “MP means wearing a mask”. He said that in the war against Corona, we are getting very wide support from all classes. But the second wave of this disease is increasing rapidly. To deal with this, the society will have to fight together with the administration.
Containment zone based lockdown
The CM had said that a lockdown based on Containment Zone will be imposed. Lock down will be the last option. After considering the districts where there is a need, a lockdown will be imposed as the last option. Earlier, there were speculations that CM could take a big decision regarding the lock down. The suggestion for lockdown came in the meeting held yesterday.