The number of corona patients in the country is increasing day by day. The rapid growth of covid cases …
The number of corona patients in the country is increasing day by day. The rapid growth of covid cases has become a cause for concern and in the past 10 days more than one lakh corona patients have been found in the country every day. The number of new coronavirus cases in India hit a daily record with 2.00739 infections in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of cases to 1.40,74,564, while the active cases stand at 14 , 71,877, according to Union Health Department data.
Maharashtra is one of the states most affected by the pandemic. The state government even announced a 15-day lockdown to curb the spread of the disease. Despite the lockdown and restriction in place, it appears to have no effect on the number of cases on the rise.
“The package announced by the government of Maharashtra in the wake of the Corona pandemic does not include farmers, saloon traders, florists, taxi drivers, fish vendors, dabbawalas in Mumbai and small children tradespeople. Restrictions imposed to curb the spread of covidy. These groups of people should also receive justice by announcing a package for them, ”demanded the chairperson of the Maharashtra Pradesh Congress Committee, Nana Patole.
Patole felt that the relief package had indeed omitted some sections, but welcomed the measure as a whole. Patole wrote to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray about this.
“In light of the coronavirus pandemic in the state, the Maharashtra government has declared restrictions to curb the spread of covid, which is welcomed by the Congress party.
Saving people’s lives is our priority and the Congress Party stands firmly by your side in this. In line with discussions with the leaders of Mahavikas Aghadi, we have announced a Small Business Package for the Restricted Period, which we warmly welcome on behalf of the Congress Party. However, there are a few other sections that need to be included in the package and Congress will continue to play a central role in this regard, ”he said in the letter.
The curfew will have a major impact on market gardening, horticultural and floricultural businesses. During this period, there will be no movement of goods in the market. As a result, farmers will suffer financial losses and hair salons will be closed and these traders will also suffer huge financial losses. Patole called in his letter to include these important sections in the whole and to give advantages to these sections.