Bhopal: Congress has objected to the decision to ban the picket demonstration. Former Minister PC Sharma said that it is trying to suppress the voice of the opposition.
It was decided in the meeting that thermal scanning of people coming from Maharashtra should be done. Necessary steps should be taken for public awareness by meeting traders under the chairmanship of SDM at police station level. In view of the increasing number of patients of Corona, a decision was taken to stop the sit-in demonstration.
100 rupees spot fine againVishwas Sarang instructed the officials that 100 percent observance of the Corona guide-line at the fair location should be ensured. Shopkeepers should be strictly instructed to wear masks and follow social distance. The Municipal Corporation should resume the Roko-Toko campaign and take a fine of Rs 100 if the mask is not found. Corona guide-line should be ensured in the market.
Won’t lock down
Vishwas Sarang said that no lock down will be imposed in any district of Madhya Pradesh at present. Only night curfew has been imposed in Balaghat. Penalty has not been increased for not installing masks.
Appeal of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan
CM Shivraj said, to decide in what form the festivals should be celebrated. There will be a discussion on what will be the nature of the fairs especially. With carelessness, our hard work can be watered down. Otherwise the state will be stuck in crisis again. We will take all measures to stop Corona.
Objection to congress
The Congress objected to the decision to stop the sit-in demonstration. Former Minister PC Sharma said that it is trying to suppress the voice of the opposition. The opposition will do whatever they want. PC Sharma said that on March 3, the proposed strike of the Congress will continue.