New Delhi : Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi Chief Minister came to the media after an all-party meeting convened in the wake of rising cases of Corona virus infection in the capital. He said during a digital press conference that he should pay a fine of Rs 2000 for not wearing a mask in Delhi. Earlier it was Rs 500, which has been increased to Rs 2000.
Arvind Kejriwal, in view of the ever increasing corona virus infection cases in Delhi, appealed to the people to celebrate Chhath Mahaparva at home during a digital press conference. He said- ‘I want people to celebrate Chhath in their homes.’
Earlier on the all-party meeting, Arvind Kejriwal said that all political parties agreed that in such a difficult time we should all be one and serve the people. It is a difficult time. In such a situation, this issue should not be political. More will come when doing politics. We should stop the accusation for a few days.
Earlier in the all-party meeting, the BJP and the Congress have made their point. In the all-party meeting on Chhath, Delhi Congress President Chau Anil Kumar has submitted a letter to Kejriwal. In this, he has requested that he should file a review petition in the Delhi High Court on the issue of exemption for Chhath Puja.
According to the Samajar agency ANI, in this meeting held on Thursday, CM Arvind Kejriwal discussed with leaders of all parties to take tough steps to overcome the growing infection of Kovid-19 in Delhi. Leaders of all parties including BJP, Congress participated in this all-party meeting. The leaders of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress spoke out loud in the meeting.
At the same time, in the episode of the fight against the corona virus, the number of guests at the wedding ceremony in the capital Delhi has been restricted again on Wednesday. After the approval of Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, only 50 people can attend the wedding ceremony in the capital Delhi instead of 200 people. At the same time, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said that in view of the increasing infection, the government has revoked the permission given before 200 people to attend the wedding ceremony.
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Opposition to limit the number of guests to the wedding ceremony
At the same time, the second Bharatiya Janata Party has opposed to limit the number of guests in the wedding ceremony from 200 to 50. Leader of Opposition in the assembly Ramvir Singh Bidhuri has written a letter to Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal. It said that Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has convened an all-party meeting on Thursday to discuss the prevention of the epidemic. Only then a decision should be taken in this regard. He had said that in an all-party meeting, he would raise the issue of shutting down markets, limiting the number of guests at wedding ceremonies as well as banning public Chhath Puja before the Chief Minister.