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Thursday, 30 April 2020

Admn expands affected zones in Bapu Dham

Admn expands affected zones in Bapu Dham

Admn expands affected zones in Bapu Dham

With nine progressively tried positive for Covid today, the UT Administration has extended the zone of the influenced zones in Bapu Dham Colony here. 

"Presently, 2,500 additional people will be remembered for the influenced zone, so that there is more prominent viability in containing the infection," said UT Adviser Manoj Parida. 

About 23 occupants of the region have tried positive for Covid-19 up until this point. Prior, 300 families were remembered for the influenced pocket to contain the spread of the infection in the state. 

Parida said 14 CCTV cameras in Bapu Dham Colony and 26 CCTV cameras in Sector 30-B had been introduced. It would help the police in observing the infringement of social removing in the zone, he included. 

During the survey meeting, UT Administrator VP Singh Badnore communicated genuine worry over the rising cases. The Administrator coordinated that escalated screening and testing ought to be done in the influenced pockets, for example, Bapu Dham Colony, Sector 30-B and Kacchi Colony. 

He said all assets and labor ought to be focused on this and exacting vigil be kept up. He coordinated Director General of Police Sanjay Beniwal to routinely watch all regions and make rigid move against those discovered damaging social separating. 

The Administrator said however the Punjab Government had expanded the time limitation by about fourteen days, the Chandigarh Administration would take a choice simply in the wake of counseling all partners and remembering the rules of the Government of India regarding the matter on May 3. 

The Administrator coordinated Vinod P Kavle, Secretary, Food and Supplies, to discover approaches to help non-proportion card holders, who were likewise needing help. 

He coordinated MC Commissioner KK Yadav to check whether the Grain Market in Sector 39 could be initiated further, in this manner de-blocking the group in the Sector 26 sabzi mandi. He additionally worried on the requirement for all out sanitisation of the zone. 

Yadav said influenced pockets in Bapu Dham Colony and Sector 30-B had been fixed and no access or exist was being permitted. He further said the Municipal Corporation was making game plans available to be purchased of basic food item basic things through government transports, which would be sent there consistently. 

The Administrator spoke to the inhabitants to utilize hand sanitisers and keep up social separating to shield themselves from the infection. 

BS-IV vehicles to be enrolled by April 30 

Chairman VP Singh Badnore has coordinated Harish Nayar, Secretary, Transport, to guarantee that each of the 1031 BS-IV vehicles, which have total reports, ought to be enrolled by April 30, the last date given by the Supreme Court.


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