Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said about the Janata curfew that more than 50 percent of the buses will not run on Sunday.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal has made a big announcement in the war against Corona. He said that the daily wage laborers are facing more problems due to corona. A crisis of livelihood is coming in front of them. Therefore, the government of Dilli has announced that we will give free ration to those 72 lakh people. These 72 lakh people are those who are registered under the ration scheme of the Delhi Government. A total of 18 lakh families come to the Delhi government’s ration scheme.
Who will get how much
Giving detailed information about this, he said that every person will get a 7.5 kg ration. He also said that the earlier quota was 5 kg, which has been increased during this crisis. Now each person will get more than two and a half kilos.
Double pension to disabled
Apart from this, CM made some other announcements which will benefit the people a lot. He said that there will be arrangements for homeless people to eat in the rain shelter. We will provide both lunch and dinner. Elderly stop the walk for a few days. With this, said to double the disabled pension. While stating an important point, there is no lockdown in Delhi at present, but it can be done if it is not required.
It is necessary to distribute ration
Earlier in the meeting held on Friday, he had given clear instructions that it is necessary to distribute ration. He said that whatever activity the DM and SDM are doing regarding the corona, that activity is necessary and cannot be stopped. Distribution of ration is necessary in the ration department, but those who apply for ration card is not necessary. It can be closed. People come to ask whether my card is made or not, it is less important, it can be closed. Similarly, some tasks within the same department are extremely important and some are less necessary. All the department heads should make a list of necessary and less necessary activities and issue orders.
More buses will not run on Sunday
Here, Arvind Kejriwal has also taken a major step towards the Janata curfew, as stated by PM Modi on 22 March Sunday. He said that more than 50 percent of the buses would not run on Sunday. He has cited the Janata curfew by the PM behind this.