Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray will be holding a meeting at 5 pm with the business sub-committee of the Cabinet on traders’ ultimatum to the Government, demanding the lockdown order to be withdrawn. In the wake of complaints and ongoing protests by traders throughout the state, the state government has decided to interact with all district collectors to get feedback from them on restrictions imposed across the state.
State Chief Secretary Sitaram Kunte, informed that a meeting with district collectors on Wednesday. “We will hear all the district collectors and then decided,” Kunte said.
Dipen Agrawal, President of CAMIT, while talking to The Live Nagpur, said that traders after discussing with all our office bearers on April 6, CAMIT had given ultimatum of 72 hours. “If the Government do not reconsider its decision to withdraw lockdown, or do not give some relaxation CAMIT will be planning for aggressive action like non-copration.
The Government cannot play with the sentiments of the people,” Agrawal said. He added that the order ‘Break the Chain’ is like ‘Break the Backbone’ of traders. “It is like a death warrant to the traders, and traders are not ready for another lockdown. The Government should not test our patients,” He said.