The Supreme Court has given a big relief to the owners of private companies and factories closed in lockdown. The Supreme Court, while hearing a petition filed against the government’s order to pay salaries to employees of private companies and factories, has sought answers from the Central Government (Modi Government). Along with this, it has been ordered that no action will be taken against any company or factory management during this period.
Apart from this, the Supreme Court on Friday (May 15) refused to hear the petition directing the closure of liquor shops in lockdown. Let us tell you that recently the government had decided that liquor shops will be reopened, so that revenue can be improved.
The petition, which closed the liquor shops in the court, said that social distancing is not being followed at liquor shops. Along with this, other rules of lockdown are also being ignored. Due to which there is a risk of spreading of corona virus, so shops should be kept closed.
Let us tell you that the figures of corona infects in the country have crossed 81 thousand. According to the Ministry of Health, the total number of cases of Covid-19 in the country has gone up to 81,970, the number of patients recovering from this has gone up to 27,920 and the death figure is 2,649.