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Private Offices Can Operate With Full Strength In Delhi, Says Arvind Kejriwal

Mumbai: Delhi government allowed private offices to work with full force on Monday, stressing that offices should permit a majority of their staff to work from home.

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said in a press conference, “Private offices can open with full force, but they should strive to make the most of the work of employees from home.”

In addition, construction activities are now permitted in the national capital but only those workers are present in the national capital.

The Chief Minister stressed that no activity would be allowed in the containment areas.

Buses will be allowed to operate in the national capital with 20 passengers on board at a time during Lockdown 4.0, said Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal.

Kejriwal said, “Buses have been allowed to run with only 20 passengers at a time. Passengers will be screened before boarding the bus. The transport department will ensure that social distancing norms are followed at all bus-stops and inside the buses,” said Kejriwal here in a press conference.

“Auto-rickshaws, e-rickshaws and cycle-rickshaws will be allowed but with only 1 passenger. For two-wheelers, pillar riders will not be allowed. No activity will be allowed in the containment areas,” he said

The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has empowered States / UTs to demarcate areas in the Green, Orange and Red zones and allow activities in these areas to be excluded.

As per the guidelines, “All other activities except those specifically prohibited under these guidelines will be permitted. However, in the regulated areas, only necessary activities will be allowed, as mentioned earlier.”

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