New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said on Sunday that the guidelines issued for the fourth phase of the lockdown of the Centre are largely in line with the Delhi government’s proposal. He said that a detailed plan regarding the relaxation of restrictions in the national capital will be announced on Monday.
Kejriwal tweeted that his government has used the lockdown period to prepare Delhi’s health infrastructure so that it can be dealt with if there is an increase in cases of Covid-19.
He wrote in his tweet, “The Centre’s guidelines are largely in line with the Delhi government’s proposal based on the suggestions of millions of Delhiites. We have used the lockdown period to prepare our health system so that if coronavirus cases increase. (To be dealt with), but this time is to some extent concessions in restrictions. “
He said in another tweet, “Delhi government will prepare a detailed plan for Delhi based on the guidelines of the Centre and will announce it tomorrow (on Monday)”.
Earlier in a statement, the Delhi government had said that the central government’s guidelines for the fourth phase of lockdown are in the right direction to leave the job of opening up the economy and preparing details about it. The statement said, “There is a possibility of a slight increase in cases when the economy reopens and Delhi is ready to deal with it. We have always been saying that we all must learn to live with Corona now.”