Ajay Kumar Bhalla IAS

New Guidelines to fight COVID-19 would come into effect from June 1, 2020 and would be effective till June 30, 2020

Action must be taken if any deviations are noticed, it states

Railways would permit Movement of Shramik Special trains in consultation with MHA

All other activities would be permitted except the ones that are specifically prohibited under MHA guidelines.

States will be able to visualize how many people are going out

MHA issued detailed guidelines under the Disaster Management Act, 2005, on restarting manufacturing industries after the lockdown period

Now MHA Control Room to be utilised for resolving complaints and issues

Lockdown extended for further period of two weeks

This free movement is essential for maintaining the supply chain of goods and services across the country during the lockdown period.

GOI Facilitates the Inter - State Movement of Stranded People including Migrant Labourer in the country

Relaxations in Lockdown Restrictions would not applicable in Hotspots/Containment Zones

All necessary arrangements would be put in place

West Bengal Government not to obstruct working of Central Teams

MHA constitutes 6 Inter-Ministerial Teams to make assessment of situation

MHA prohibits supply of Non-Essential Items through e-Commerce under Lockdown Restrictions to fight COVID-19

MHA ने कुछ और गतिविधियों में दी छूट

MHA issues Consolidated Revised Guidelines for the Containment of COVID-19

State Governments/ UTs should endeavour to engage volunteers along with the police to supervise the welfare activities of the migrants

Union Ministry of Home Affairs  writes to States to give special attention on keeping the supply of Medical Oxygen smooth and hassle-free across the country