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Published : 1. May 2020 22:00:45
. On Friday a meeting was held in Pavar with senior officials from the district administration, civil authorities, elected officials, health officials and the police. (Twitter/@AjitPawarSpeaks)
On Friday, Ajit Pavar, the Deputy Prime Minister of Puna District and the Minister of Security, instructed the district administration and the local police to closely monitor the movements in the KOVID-19 hotspots in Puna and Pimpri Chinchwada.
On Friday, Mr. Pavar met senior district administration officials, officials, elected officials, health workers and police officers, and expressed concern about the number of new cases reported in the city.
Mr Pavar said that there should be strict restrictions on areas that have become hot spots, and added that the baramati model should be respected in order not to violate the rules of the blockade.
For senior officials, specific hotspots need to be identified so that they can gradually manage them. The senior administrative staff recently appointed to the COVID 19 team should be actively involved. All officials must carefully plan and effectively implement the plan to contain the spread of the coronavirus in these areas, Pavar said.
The Deputy Prime Minister said it was necessary to speed up testing in densely populated areas, using the latest technology. Intensifying cleaning work in the slums. Spreading masks and sanitation in these areas, he added.
According to Mr Pavar, people living in isolated areas are not allowed to leave the city and the police must ensure that the residents do not break the rules.
I also encourage citizens to follow the instructions we have given on social distance, to take precautions, wash their hands, use disinfectants and masks to improve the situation, said Mr. Pavar. He reiterated that family members from slums, where social exclusion is not possible because of small houses, should be transferred to quarantine facilities.
The state government plans to open industrial plants in places outside the red zone, such as Puna, Pimpri Chinchwad, Malegaon and Aurangabad, he said.
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The administration must make plans to open industrial facilities in rural areas where there is virtually no contamination. However, it must be clear that the rules on social exclusion, housing and freedom of movement must be respected, said Mr Pavar.
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