BJP MP from Kanpur Satyadev Pachauri, in a letter to CM Yogi Adityanath, asked him to give a request to close down alcohol shops in locale which go under red zone in the state as individuals may be “damaging social removing standards” outside the shops.
BJP MP in Uttar Pradesh has encouraged Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to close down all alcohol shops in the red zone in an offer to control the spread of novel coronavirus cases.
BJP MP from Kanpur Satyadev Pachauri, in a letter to CM Yogi Adityanath, encouraged him to give a request to close down alcohol shops in regions which go under red zone in the state as individuals may be “damaging social separating standards” outside the shops.
In his letter to the UP CM dated fourth May, Pachauri stated: “A few relaxations have been reported by the legislature including the opening of independent alcohol shops. Individuals are assembling outside the alcohol shops in enormous numbers and are damaging the social removing standards. Along these lines, alcohol shops in regions falling under the red zone must close.”
Kanpur Nagar region in Uttar Pradesh is in the red zone with more than 270 positive instances of coronavirus.
In the mean time, BJP MLA from Loni gathering voting public in Ghaziabad Nand Kishore Gurjar has additionally spoke to UP CM Yogi Adityanath to close down all the alcohol shops in his voting demographic.
UP extract serve Ram Naresh Agnihotri disclosed to India Today that the state has caused substantial misfortunes because of the across the nation lockdown in the midst of coronavirus emergency and in this manner alcohol shops were fundamental for income age.