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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Chief Justice directs to impose four-day curfew to break Koro transition chain in Gujarat,

 Pressure on government: Chief Justice directs to impose four-day curfew to break Koro transition chain in Gujarat, decision may be taken by evening

Solid measures needed to prevent corona eruption: Justice


Following the ever-increasing Koro epidemic in the state, there is now a possibility of another lockdown.  Now, a bench of High Court Chief Justice Vikram Nath and Justice Bhargava Karia has directed the government.  Justice said concrete steps were needed to prevent the eruption of the corona.  It is necessary to break the chain of transition of the corona.  The High Court has directed the government to impose a three- to four-day curfew across the state and take necessary decision on weekend curfew.


 Consideration of Government Weekend Lockdown

 Cases of corona infection are increasing alarmingly in Gujarat.  The state's corona recovery rate has also come down to 93.81 per cent.  Towns and villages with various markets in Tapi, Valsad, Kadi, Jamnagar, Anand-Kheda, Morbi, Dahod, which have been alerted by the increasing transition, have declared voluntary lockdown.  On the other hand, the trade association believes that the government should now impose a weekend lockdown to curb corona as the night curfew in cities also affects trade, so the Indian Medical Association has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to stop the local transition.  Has appealed for a partial lockdown.  The Gujarat government has also started considering the matter seriously and there is a possibility of a weekend lockdown in Gujarat in the next two days.

 Letter from the IMA to the Prime Minister regarding the lockdown

 In a letter to Prime Minister Modi, the Indian Medical Association said the vaccine was currently the only way to control coronary heart disease.  In a letter, the association has asked the government to set up vaccine centers everywhere in the state to provide walk-in vaccines.  Private hospitals, clinics, large hospitals and all doctors should be allowed to vaccinate.  Covid Taskforce should be formed in each district to facilitate vaccination in the state so that vaccination can be done properly.


 The PM is also considering a mini lockdown

 In Gujarat, the business class is frustrated with the situation, including the night curfew.  At that time, spontaneous lockdowns were taking place in many cities.  In fact, the night curfew is hitting the business industry in the state, but the way many medical associations are talking about spontaneous lockdowns is also believed to have indirect pressure from the government.  The Gujarat government has already announced that there will be no lockdown and there is no going back, but this could lead to a lockdown-like situation.  The Prime Minister himself has also asked officials to consider a mini lockdown;  Then such a situation may gradually arise in Gujarat.

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 The city should have a Saturday-Sunday curfew

 Most of the associations in Gujarat believe that trade and business had collapsed financially and mentally due to the earlier lockdown.  In the second wave of corona, the government has changed the timing of the night curfew, which has proved to be economically detrimental to business, especially the hotel-restaurant industry has been adversely affected by the night curfew.  Officials of various associations have even submitted to the government that the city should be given a five-day curfew on Saturday-Sunday, i.e. a curfew from 11.00 pm on Friday night to 6.00 am on Monday morning, so that the corona can be relaxed and its cycle broken.  Could.

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Sunday, April 4, 2021

Offer: Opportunity to buy LPG gas cylinder of Rs 809 for only Rs 9,

 Offer: Opportunity to buy LPG gas cylinder of Rs 809 for only Rs 9, find out about Paytm's bumper offer

Paytm launched a cashback offer


 Under this cashback offer, if a customer books a gas cylinder, he can get cashback up to Rs. 800.


The price of cooking gas cylinder has been reduced by Rs 10 from April 1. This has given some relief to millions of consumers, now the price of a 14.2 kg LPG gas cylinder without subsidy is Rs 809 per cylinder. But you can buy a Rs 809 cylinder for Rs 9. Paytm has launched a bumper offer for its customers. Under this offer you can buy a cylinder of Rs 809 for only Rs.


 Learn what is on offer

 Paytm has launched a cashback offer. Under this cashback offer, if a customer books a gas cylinder, he can get a cashback of up to Rs 800. Paytm's offer is valid till April 30, 2021. This means you have the opportunity to buy cheap LPG all month long.


 What to do to take advantage of the offer

 If you want to take advantage of this offer, first download the Paytm App to your phone. Then you have to book the cylinder from the gas agency. To do this, go to Show more in the Paytm app and click on Recharge and Pay Bills. Then you will see the option of book a cylinder. Go here and select your gas provider. You must enter the FIRSTLPG promo code before booking. You will receive a cashback scratch card within 24 hours of booking. This scratch card must be used within 7 days.

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 The rule of LPG connection will change for free

 The government may soon change the subsidy structure of the scheme providing LPG connections. The Ministry of Petroleum provides free LPG connections to people below the poverty line (BPL) under the Ujjawala scheme. The central government had announced in the budget this year to provide 10 million new gas connections, but now the advance payment model of oil marketing companies (OMCs) may be changed. This will require a change in the structure of the subsidy. According to the report, the Ministry of Petroleum is working on 2 new structures of subsidy.


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