Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday introduced that the Covid-19 red zones throughout the state could be divided into three classes.
A, B and C — giving partial relaxations to renew normalcy in the third section of the nationwide lockdown.
Addressing a press convention on the state secretariat Nabanna, Bnerjee stated: “We have determined to divide all of the red zones into three classes — A, B and C.
There can be partial relaxations in each ‘B’ and ‘C’ class, whereas strict pointers can be maintained in the ‘A’ class.”
She stated that her authorities has maintained a humane face in the direction of the residents of Bengal. ‘
“We perceive their issues and that’s the reason we’re taking a bunch of actions to ease out the lockdown section by giving partial relaxations. No one ought to fear.
Even our authorities is taking obligatory measures to carry again the migrant labourers stranded in varied components of India,” the Chief Minister stated, including that everybody could be introduced again to Bengal.
Banerjee stated that about one lakh migrant staff had already returned to Bengal and there could be 100 more such trains to carry again the others.
She stated that some relaxations can be given to some explicit sectors corresponding to manufacturing, development and fisheries. The well-known cottage business of the state can even be given some enhance.
“Our government is giving free food grains to all ration card holders and this will continue for the next three months,” Banerjee stated, as she attacked the Centre for not paying out its dues to Bengal.
“We are asking for our dues from the Centre. Every time we ask for the quantity, we now have to return empty-handed. We aren’t begging for something from the Central authorities.
We are simply demanding the Rs 52,000 crore that we’re imagined to obtain from the Centre,” the Chief Minister stated, interesting to each resident of Bengal to face by her state authorities on the time of the Covid-19 disaster.
Meanwhile, the Covid-19 demise toll in Bengal climbed to 126 on Tuesday, up by 8, with 110 new circumstances getting reported in the final 24-hours.
With this, the overall variety of Covid-19 circumstances in the state reached 2,173, of which 1,363 are energetic at the moment.
“The discharge rate is about 28 per cent in Bengal. We have stepped up sample testing. Till date, 52,622 samples have been tested,” stated state Home Secretary Alapan Bandopadhyay.