Shimla. Himachal Pradesh cabinet meeting is going to be held in Peterhof, Shimla on Friday. Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur will preside over the meeting. Many important decisions can be taken during this time. One of these important cases is Corona Curfew. After decreasing the cases of Kovid-19, now after the decrease in the cases of Kovid-19, now a decision can be taken to relax the curfew. Indications to this effect were also given by CM Jai Ram Thakur himself.
At the same time, in the meeting, the green signal can be given to run buses in the state. Also, a decision is expected to be taken in the meeting on doing away with the mandatory RTPCR test for easy entry of tourists.
There will also be a discussion about reducing the time of Corona curfew. Shops and other business establishments can be allowed to open for a longer time. However, despite the Corona’s positivity rate falling to 5 percent, the Health Department is not in favor of further relaxation. In the meeting, a decision will also be taken on conducting college examinations. After June 25, there is a preparation to conduct the final year examinations. The issue of waiving tax on private buses running on strike will also go up in the meeting. Government can give relief to private bus operators. Opinion to be known from director and MD
Earlier, CM Jai Ram Thakur held a meeting with Yunus, Director of the State Tourism Department and Kumud Singh, Managing Director of Tourism Corporation, on Thursday. Opinions were taken from both the officials as to what can be done to bring the tourism business back on track. Apart from this, they were discussed on this aspect so that the corona infection should not spread and the tourists should not have any problem in coming to the state. This agenda will be discussed in the cabinet meeting on Friday.
Corona curfew has been imposed in Himachal since May 7. Buses and big business establishments are closed. People are facing a lot of trouble due to non-operation of buses. However, now the cases of corona have come down to 500. There was a time when more than five thousand cases were being reported. At the same time, the average figure of deaths was also above 50. Due to the strictness, tourists are rarely reaching the hotels.
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