A task force will be formed to make the lockdown effective in the state. This task force will work to make this lockdown successful at the village level. Apart from this, preparations are also being made to seal the boundaries of the state for private vehicles. Under this, vehicles will not be allowed to go outside and inside the state.
Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat has appealed to the people of the state to cooperate in the lockdown. He said that those who do not follow the lockdown will also be restricted when needed. On Monday, Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat took feedback with top officials at the Chief Minister’s residence regarding Corona and discussed further preparations. During this, he also discussed the situation of lockdown in the state.
He directed the lockdown to be complied with at the lower level. It was revealed in the meeting that despite all efforts, the public is constantly coming to the streets. In such a situation, there is a need to tighten those who come out without need. It was decided that a task force will be set up for this, which will ensure compliance with a lockdown at the village and ward level. Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh, Director General of Police Anil Raturi, Secretary Finance Amit Negi and Health Secretary Nitesh Jha were present in the meeting.
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The CM office and the government were keeping an eye on the situation of lockdown on Monday since morning. While Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat was constantly monitoring this from the Chief Minister’s residence, the Chief Secretary Utpal Kumar Singh was monitoring from the Secretariat with the officials. Strict instructions were issued to officials from the government level after the information about the lockdown was not properly followed from everywhere. This was also discussed in the meeting chaired by the Chief Minister in the evening.