New DelhiAfter the second wave of Corona, the government is taking tough steps. This is the reason that even after the situation is under control, restrictions are still imposed on many things. After unlocking in Delhi, markets, malls, shopping complexes, restaurants etc. have been opened but the corona rule is applicable on them too. But there is still a ban on marriage ceremonies in public places in Delhi.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has allowed marriage only at home or in court. This is because the gathering of a large number of people in wedding programs can increase the risk of infection significantly. It has been seen in the past that when the situation had improved last year, people started gathering in large numbers, which further aggravated the Corona crisis.
Permission sought for 50 people to attend hotels and halls
The Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI), an association of traders in Delhi, has written to the DDMA and the Delhi government seeking permission for at least 50 people to attend the wedding in banquet halls or hotels etc. Because at present, due to the ban on it, the business related to marriage programs is in great loss.
CTI Chairman Brijesh Goyal and President Subhash Khandelwal said that in the neighboring states of Uttar Pradesh and Haryana, permission has been given to organize wedding programs with 50 guests. The people of Delhi are forced to marry in Noida, Ghaziabad, Faridabad and Sonipat. Due to this, the employment of about 5 lakh businessmen related to Delhi’s Banquet, Hotel, Textile, Sweets, Jewellery, Tent, Catering, Mare, Baja, Photographer, Make-up etc. has come to a standstill. Also, the Delhi Banquet and Hotel Association has requested that in the next phase of the unlock process, at least 50 or more people should be allowed to attend the wedding ceremony.
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