Maharashtra will lockdown on weekends (file photo)
Maharashtra Latest news in Hindi: Shiv Sena spokesperson Anand Dubey said that the government is with the traders, if the traders are losing money then the government is also losing money. But the priority of the government at this time is to save the lives of the people.
BJP workers also took out a front in Kandivali with traders and called it a dictatorial move of the government. Some traders went to meet BJP leader and former Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis at their house and told about the problems being faced by the businessmen due to the government.
Loss to both traders and government
BJP MLA Atul Bhatkhalkar said that the attitude of the government is against the common people and is dictatorial. The Shiv Sena, which is in power in the government and BMC, came defensive on seeing itself surrounded and Shiv Sena spokesperson Anand Dubey said that the government is with the traders, if the traders are suffering then the government is also being harmed. But the priority of the government at this time is to save the lives of the people.Also read: – ‘Teacher’ Narendra Modi gave students a lesson on exam by referring to Lata Mangeshkar
Congress appeals not to do politics
I am confident that the traders will cooperate with the government. The Congress has also appealed to the BJP not to do politics on this matter. Also said that more people should be supplied to Maharashtra from the Center.
In fact, after the new rule of the government, there was a lot of panic within the traders, including Mumbai, in the surrounding area, the government had said only section 144 in the first rule in the rule but after the shops were closed, the traders were angry .
Let us know that BMC Commissioner IS Chahal has instructed all the 24 ward officers of Mumbai that arrangements should be made to close the shops and leave the service shops of the day from Tuesday. This rule will be applicable till 30 April in Mumbai. After that, a decision will be taken in view of the situation in Corona.