Raipur: Chhattisgarh State Government has allowed all Grocery shops to open on Fridays and Saturday from 6.00 am to 10.00 am on July 31 and August 1. Due to the festivals these days, this decision was taken at the CM bhupesh Baghel house in Raipur with other Ministers.
CM Bhupesh Baghel Said, keeping everyone’s daily needs in mind, the Kirana shops (Grocery shops) will be open for everyone but for a fixed duration of time. It’s a sigh of relief for the people as they can buy the essential grocery items from the shops during the morning.
Coronavirus cases in the state during the first seven days of lockdown have increased many folds, and now the government will try all the possible measures to stop its spread.
During this time, people have to be extra careful about making social distancing with everyone and in the market and wearing a mask while going out of their houses to decrease the spread of the disease.
Strict action against those who will disobey the order
Keeping in mind the increasing cases in Chhattisgarh, the police is now more strict against the shopkeepers who are opening the shops against the government guidelines. Many business owners have been caught selling and supplying goods, which is currently prohibited.
Police are charging a hefty amount of money around Rs 5,000 – 10,000 to depending upon the zones in which they were also caught strict investigation is done against them so that other people won’t try doing such practices.
Still, many people were found not wearing masks on the road while traveling and were charged Rs 1000- 5000 by the Police as a punishment so that they don’t repeat the same mistake. Currently, Chhattisgarh is under lockdown until August 6, but according to the government, this will be extended to ensure everyone’s safety.
Now the government is trying its best for every sector; when it comes to state education, many functional changes are brought. More beds are getting added in the hospitals and quarantine centers for Proper medical treatment and with Make, in India movement, promoting Indian goods made within the state and boycotting all the Chinese goods.