Gurgaon: Haryana Deputy Chief Minister Dushyant Chautala on Wednesday dominated out a lockdown within the state regardless of the surge in Covid-19 circumstances and mentioned the federal government is “taking critical steps towards” making certain the system run easily in order that the pandemic doesn’t unfold.
Chautala, who was interacting with the media after flagging off an ‘Advanced Cardiac Care Ambulance’ at Gurgaon’s Artemis Hospital, assured “every single person working in Haryana” that they don’t want to fret as “the state is not moving towards a lockdown”.
“The state is trying to only make the system run smoothly so that the pandemic does not spread. The state is taking critical steps towards this. The Prime Minister himself, during a discussion with Chief Ministers of states regarding this, had said that we will not move towards a lockdown, we have to only curtail, and for curtailing, I feel night curfew is an important step,” he added.
Stating that “testing has increased across the country and Haryana has been a leader in this”, Chautala mentioned: “No state develops more medical facilities than us, and it is a result of this that our recovery rate is amongst the top in the country. We are trying that, in this manner, the covid situation can be monitored, controlled, and cut off.”
The Deputy Chief Minister additionally talked concerning the farmers’ agitation that has been underway since November final yr in opposition to the three farm legal guidelines introduced in by the Centre and mentioned that he would attraction to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to renew discussions with the protesting farmers.
“Today, people have been sitting at the borders of our state for 4-4.5 months. The number of cases is increasing there also…I will appeal to the Prime Minister that some senior ministers are included in the team and a discussion held with their leaders. I appeal to the leaders as well that they also keep the conversation going as without that, there will be no solution,” Chautala mentioned.
“Today, procurement has happened, money has gone into the account of farmers, did any mandis close? Did any farmer not get MSP?…I have not understood till today that people who run shops and also become farmer leaders, maybe somewhere were the masterminds of running this agitation initially,” he added.
Over 40,000 individuals in Haryana have examined optimistic over the past month. The state authorities had on Monday imposed an evening curfew in Haryana amid a surge in coronavirus circumstances.