New Delhi: The lockdown imposed by the states to prevent the second wave of deadly corona virus in the country is now slowly opening up. However, according to the needs of the general public, only very important things have been allowed to open. Today the process of unlocking will be faster in Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Bangalore and Nagaland. Know what will open in these states from today and what will be exempted.
With the permission to open the marriage auditorium and procession house in Rajasthan from today, marriage programs will also start taking place. Marriage Garden, Marriage Hall, Hotel Complex etc. can be opened for the wedding ceremony with a maximum number of 40 persons as per the given conditions till 4 pm. will not be allowed.
Schools from class 1 to 8 of Uttar Pradesh will open for administrative work from today, studies will continue online for now- Schools from class 1 to 8 operated under Basic Education Council of Uttar Pradesh will be opened for administrative work from today . However, the students will not be present in the school till further orders.
According to the letter, basic education officers have been asked to conduct e-pathshala under Mission Prerna. Along with this, the District Administration and Education Department will discharge other important tasks and responsibilities. It is noteworthy that the Basic Education Council, through a letter on May 19, 2021, had directed to conduct reading and reading activities in schools from class 1 to 8 through e-pathshala. Along with this, in view of Kovid-19, it was also instructed to keep the primary schools closed till 30 June.
‘Unlock’ in Nagaland for ten days from today – After one and a half months of lockdown, a 10-day ‘unlock’ will start in Nagaland from today. There will be more relaxation in restrictions for 10 days from today, under which business establishments and shops can be opened on ‘rotation’ basis. The period of complete ban on movement of people and vehicles from 4 pm to 5 am has also been reduced. In view of the farming season, now there will be a curfew from seven in the evening to four in the morning. Government offices can be opened with 50 percent capacity and a maximum of 50 people will be able to attend churches, wedding ceremonies and funerals.
The metro train service in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka, will now be available for people from 7 am to 6 pm from Monday to Friday and it is going to start from today. Bangalore Metro Rail Corporation Limited (BMRCL) gave this information by issuing a statement on Wednesday. According to BMRCL, the facility of metro train will be available at an interval of every five in peak hours while this facility will be available at an interval of 15 minutes in non-peak hours.
However, the interval between two trains can be increased or decreased depending on the requirement. Metro service will remain closed on Saturday and Sunday due to the curfew implemented in view of the Kovid-19 epidemic. BMRCL had earlier said that as per the guidelines of Unlock-2, metro train service will be available between 7 am to 11 am and 3 pm to 6 pm from June 21. Significantly, BMRCL had stopped the token system after the onset of the Kovid-19 epidemic. From July 1, now in addition to smart cards, travel can also be done through smart tokens.