After the meeting, DDMA decided to allow Ramlila celebrations with strict adherence to Kovid rules in the upcoming festive season.
Delhi Unlock Update: The havoc of the second wave of corona in the country has gradually reduced, although in view of the possibility of a possible third wave, all kinds of precautions are being taken. Gradually, all kinds of activities have been allowed in the country’s capital Delhi. among all DDMA In view of the festive season, issued new guidelines. The DDMA, after a meeting held on Wednesday, decided to allow Ramlila celebrations in the upcoming festive season with strict adherence to COVID rules.Also Read – Delhi Unlock Latest Update: Now fairs and exhibitions will also be organized in Delhi, know the new guideline
The Delhi Police and the district administration will ensure proper seating management at the venues, keeping distance between each other, separate entry and exit gates and not allowing overcrowding. A source said, “They will see that people follow the standard operating procedure during the festival season. They will ensure that no fair or stall is allowed and action is taken against the organizers for not following the standard operating procedure. Also Read – Delhi Me Kab Khulenge Schools: When will the junior class schools open in Delhi, may be decided today
This decision was taken in a meeting chaired by the Lieutenant Governor. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia were not present in that meeting. Baijal tweeted after the meeting, ‘After a detailed discussion with experts, especially in view of the upcoming festival season, the need to strictly follow the COVID appropriate conduct so that the infection does not re-emerge.’ Sources said that DDMA will issue another order with detailed SOP in a few days. Also Read – Delhi News: ‘Darbar of Lalbagh Ke Raja’ will not be decorated this time in Delhi, DDMA has not given approval
On the other hand, Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, after presiding over the meeting, said that the decision on reopening the school for classes 6 to 8 will be taken after the festive season is over. However, the Lt Governor did not mention in which month the schools for junior classes would be opened. Sources present in the meeting said that schools can be opened after Diwali.
Baijal tweeted, “Following suggestions by experts, it has been decided that the opening of secondary schools for classes 6 to 8 will be considered after the festive season is over.” Health Minister Satyendar Jain and Delhi Transport Minister Kailash Gehlot, NITI Aayog member VK Paul, AIIMS Director Randeep Guleria, ICMR Director General Balram Bhargava and senior officials of other departments were present in the meeting of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA).