Religious Places in the state will reopen with certain restrictions : CM
Kolkata : West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee , on Friday, said that all public and private workplaces will be back to business in the state by June 8. CM announced that the schools will remain closed all through June as their complex are being used as quarantine centres for migrants returning home.
Mamata Banerjee declared , all places of worship in Bengal will open from June 1 with certain restrictions. Not more than 10 people will be allowed when religious places reopen. Also, congregations or functions would not be allowed.
In the private sector, I urge all to stay safe , work indoors as much as possible and to the best of their abilities. Preregative lies with the respective management of private entities to decide on workforce capasity and act accordingly
She added ” lockdown will continue with minimal effects. Jute mills and tea gardens will operate with 100% workforce capasity”
With multiple crises in the state, we have decided to increase State Government workforce capacity from 50% to 70%….
The West Bengal CM prefaced her announcement with a sharp attack on the Central government for running Shramik Special trans.
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‘They are stuffing the Shramik special trains full of people , there is no social distancing , no food, no water , nothing’ Mamata Banerjee said ‘I was Rail Minister. I know we have enough rakes. They can easily make the trains longer and stop crowding the teains full of people for 48 hours with no water and no food’
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