The Confederation of All India Traders (CAT), an organization of traders, has urged to try other options in place of lockdown and night curfew to curb the spread of Coronavirus epidemic. In a letter sent to Prime Minister Modi (PM Modi) on Sunday, CAT has said that the night curfew or lockdown has not yet curbed the growing cases of Kovid in the country, in such a situation it would be more appropriate if the option in the whole country As a measure, Kovid measures should be adopted with great vigor at the district level and changes in the working time of different areas.
In the letter, CAT national president BC Bhartia and general secretary Praveen Khandelwal said that by closely analyzing Kovid’s data in the last one week, it has become clear that the desired outcome of bringing down night curfew and lockdown Kovid cases in different states Failed to get
He said that on April 5, 96,563 Kovid cases were registered in India. The highest number of cases came in Maharashtra. After that various restrictions have been imposed in Maharashtra, Delhi, Gujarat, Punjab, Karnataka and Chhattisgarh. Khandelwal said that if other alternative measures are adopted instead of night curfew or lockdown, then the cases of Kovid may be stopped. Kat suggested that lockdown alone is certainly not the solution.
The letter said that the country’s trade and commerce is struggling to recover from the loss of the previous lockdown of 2020. On the one hand, effective steps are required to curb the increase in Kovid cases, while on the other hand economic and commercial activities should also be allowed to follow the Kovid safety protocol in a strict manner.
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