West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has introduced relaxations from June 1. At the same time as she made the announcement providing relaxations within the state, she claimed that the variety of coronavirus instances is growing within the state as a result of large inflow of migrant staff. The opening of non secular locations is among the main relaxations in Bengal. Banerjee has additionally allowed full attendance at private and non-private workplaces from June 1.

“All personal, public & govt sector workplaces will open from eighth June, whereas all tea and jute industries within the state can be 100% operational from 1st June,” Mamata stated as we speak.

“All locations of worship, mandir, masjid, gurudwara…will open, however no more than 10 folks can be allowed, no meeting at non secular locations. This can be carried out from 1st June,” Banerjee was quoted as saying by ANI.

Banerjee, who has been criticising the railways for the previous few days for ferrying a lot of migrant staff to the state with out consulting her authorities, claimed that it’s being accomplished with out following the norms of social distancing.

“Is the railways operating Corona Specific trains, as a substitute of Shramik Particular trains?” she requested and questioned why extra trains will not be being run for the migrant staff getting back from different states.

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