While declaring the execution of all lockdown relaxations as exhorted by the Center, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said all government and private workplaces in Delhi can work with 33 percent staff.
New Delhi: Delhi government representatives may confront trouble arriving at their workplaces on Monday because of inaccessibility of open vehicle and neighboring urban areas fixing their fringes with the national funding to contain the spread of coronavirus.
While reporting the usage of all lockdown relaxations as prompted by the Center, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday said all government and private workplaces in Delhi can work with 33 percent staff.
“A few government workers live in NCR and a large portion of them won’t have the option to arrive at their workplaces on Monday except if their entrance from Noida, Ghaziabad, Sonipat and Merrut to Delhi is encouraged,” a government official, who didn’t wish to be named, said.
He said the government has not permitted open transportation like metro, transports yet, and most workers don’t have their vehicles.
Like government representatives, individuals working in private division may likewise confront challenges in arriving at workplaces on Monday. There are around two lakh workers of the Delhi government.