Get Bhamashahs Support for the quarantine abroad returnee workers, Offices Opening in Mall & Educational Institutes Allowed

Corona Lockdown 4.0 High Level Review by Rajasthan CM
Offices will be able to be run in educational institutions and malls

Jaipur, 19 May. Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot said that the state government understood the pain of the workers returning home on foot and arranged for camps and food for them along with sending them through trains and buses. Due to this, the number of workers on foot has reduced considerably. We had given the task of these arrangements to the subdivision officers, which they have done well. Due to these camps, workers are now reaching their destinations by bus and train instead of walking.

Shri Gehlot was conducting a high-level review on the fourth phase of the movement of migrants and lockdown at the Chief Minister's residence on Tuesday. He said that the condition of corona infection in the state is currently under control with the efforts of the state government and with the support of the common man. In view of this, some more necessary activities can be allowed in the state as per the guidelines of the Central Government. He directed that permission should be given for non-academic activities in educational institutions in the state and offices operated in malls with the adherence to social distancing and health protocols.

The Chief Minister said that it is our endeavor that the workers as well as the trains reach their destination as soon as possible through special buses. It was informed in the meeting that Madhya Pradesh, Gujarat and Maharashtra have been discussed at the level of the Chief Secretary and other officials for consent on buses. Shri Gehlot instructed that this system should be carried out effectively by coordinating with other states as well, so that labor shortage can be reduced.

Get Support from Bhamashahs for the quarantine of needy workers coming from abroad
The Chief Minister said that many workers in the Gulf countries go for livelihood, but many of them are not so financially competent. For the quarantine of the people of Rajasthan who are economically weak from abroad, the help of service-oriented institutions and Bhamashahs should be taken. Additional Chief Secretary Shri Subodh Agrawal informed that the movement of migrants is now becoming easier. In the next five days, 23 trains will go from the state to various states.

Officers in charge for 11 districts
Mr. Gehlot has appointed officer-in-charge in these districts as the scope of infection increases in 11 districts due to the arrival of migrants. These officers will visit these districts and review the status of migrants' movement and infection. At the same time, we will make an action plan to improve the system of medical facilities and quarantine there. IAS officer Shri Bhaskar A. Sawant for Pali and Sirohi, Mr. Naveen Mahajan for Jodhpur, Mr. Muktanand Agarwal for Jalore, Mr. Omprakash for Barmer, Mr. Nareshpal Gangwar for Nagaur, Mr. Samit Sharma for Sikar, Mr. for Udaipur Ashutosh AT Pendenekar, Mr. KK Pathak for Bhilwara, Mr. Praveen Gupta for Bikaner and Mr. Bhawani Singh Detha for Rajsamand were in-charge. Has.

Additional Chief Secretary Home Shri Rajiv Swaroop informed that his offices in all educational institutions will be open for non-academic work. But academic work in them will be completely restricted and students will not be able to attend them. Also shops will not be able to open in malls, only offices located in them will be open.

About 12 thousand invoices for violation of guidelines
At the meeting, Director General of Police Shri Bhupendra Singh informed that there was a continuous awareness campaign for wearing masks, keeping social distancing and other guidelines. Now people who do not follow them have started challaning under Rajasthan Epidemic Ordinance. He said that challans of 8134 people have been made for not wearing masks in three days. Also, 1201 challans have been made in case of selling material to a person without wearing a mask and 73 people have been challaned for spitting in public places and 64 people have been selling pan, gutkha and tobacco. Similarly, 2525 challans have been created for not keeping social distancing.

Medical Minister Dr. Raghu Sharma, Chief Secretary Mr. DB Gupta, Additional Chief Secretary PWD Mrs. Veenu Gupta, Additional Chief Secretary Medical Mr. Rohit Kumar Singh, Additional Chief Secretary Finance Mr. Niranjan Arya, Principal Secretary, Information Technology Mr. Abhay Kumar, Public Relations Commissioner Shri Mahendra Soni and other officials were present.