A delegation of the Chamber of Association of Maharashtra Industry and Trade (CAMIT) met Dr Nitin Raut, Guardian Minister Nagpur, and Maharashtra Energy Minister. Also present on the occasion were Radhakrishnan B, NMC Commissioner, and Ravindra Thakre, District Collector.
The delegation led by Dipen Agrawal, President applauded the district administration team and the Guardian Minister for their efforts for controlling the second wave of Corona pandemic and bringing the district at level one. Dipen Agrawal also requested the Minister to give relaxation of level one, as the district is maintaining the recovery rate of level one.
“Why traders and people are denied of the opportunities of level one, which they are eligible today. All business and other activities must be given complete relaxation as of level one, as per the guidelines of the State Government,” Agrawal said. He also said that the traders and peoples were ready to follow the restrictions of level three as of today, if the administration assures them to prevent them from level three, as predicted.
Agrawal also clarified that many business were not operating due to the time restrictions. “Cinema halls is the best example of the time restriction, they are not operating because by running only two shows, as their daily cost of running is more.” He also explained that pictures of traffic on the road are viral on social and other media, but the real picture inside the shop is different. He demanded that timings of the non-essential shops and other activities must be increased.
“People must not be denied for the opportunities for which they are eligible today,” Agrawal emphasized. After patients listening after a long discussion Guardian Minister agreed to increase the timings of the shops from today itself. Also present in the delegation were Adv Sanjay Agrawall, Vice-President; Ashok Sanghvi, Dheeraj Malu and other members.