Rules related to corona virus are being strictly followed in Uttarakhand: CM Trivendra Singh Rawat

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Trivendra Singh Rawat- India TV

Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat said in a special conversation with India TV that we have strictly followed the rules for not spreading the corona virus in the state. We are providing food for migrant laborers and the needy. He said that those who are returning from other states and coming back to Uttarakhand are being followed by a 14-day quarantine period. In this the village heads played an important role. Wearing masks is mandatory in the state and action is also being taken against those who do not follow it. Necessary screening is also being done in the state.

On the operation of buses in the state, Trivendra Singh Rawat said that a decision will be taken today regarding how many passengers will travel in buses and how the rules will be followed. He said that we are in favor of resuming activities at places other than the Contentment Zone. On the question of starting the movement of buses from other states also, he said that the situation remains troublesome right now. In this case, the decision on this will also be taken after deliberation.

On the announcement of the economic package by the Center, the Chief Minister said that 40 thousand crore rupees have been given for MNREGA. This money will reach the common man directly and this decision of the central government is going to strengthen the roots of the country.

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