Gujarat Chief Minister inquires about arrangements made for food and stay of factory workers during conditional relaxation of lockdown 2.0

MPs, MLAs of Rajkot and Bhavnagar praise police, health and other staff in treatment of Covid-19 cases, distribution of food grains among poor .

Gandhinagar

Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani as part of his exercise to get  feedback from  Members of Parliament and Members of Legislative Assembly today discussed the situation in Rajkot and Bhavnagar about the arrangements made for food and stay of the factory workers at their workplace following relaxation during the second phase of lockdown from April 20 to May 3, 2020.

While reviewing the latest situation to check spread of novel coronavirus Covid-19 with the people’s representatives through videoconferencing from his residence here, Rupani inquired if the steps taken by the administration were adequate.  

The government had allowed factories relaxed lockdown away from big cities. Rupani  discussed the situation particularly in Veraval, Shapar, Padala, Alang and other areas.

They included BJP state president and MLA Jitubhai Vaghani, Minister of State Vibhawariben Dave, MPs Mohanbhai Kundariya, Bhartiben Shiyal, Rameshbhai Dhaduk, MLAs Govindbhai Patel, Arvindbhai Raiyyani, Lakhabhai among others.

They praised the work of police, health and other department staff in the treatment of virus and in distribution of free food grains to the poor, needy and middle class.