Lockdown 4.0 MHA Guidelines: MHA Lockdown Extension Announcement News | Rule, Relaxation, Guidelines of Lockdown 4.0, Date Extension in Green Zone, Red Zone, Orange Zone District Wise:
The Indian Prime Minister Says the lockdown will be extended after May 18th 2020 in all over India. The Key points are addressed by our PM are:
- The objective of the Indian Plan is to make India a leading player in the supply of goods and services to the world.
- India has 5 major stages of development. They are the five components of economy, infrastructure, manufacturing demand, demographics and modern technology.
- The nationwide curfew will be announced before May 18.
- Just as the y2k problem was solved, so can India overcome it.India is turning this issue into an opportunity.
- The greatest gift that India has given to the world is yoga exercises.India is not always selfish about the fact that the world is one family.
- 10 percent of GDP will be used to fight Corona.The objective of the Indian Plan is to make India a leading player in the supply of goods and services to the world.
- The nationwide curfew will be announced before May 18.
- The Finance Minister will announce this plan in detail in the coming days.
- Every rupee paid by the Government of India goes directly into the pockets of the poor.You will be informed about the fourth stage curfew by May 18
- Improved and modified curfew will be the fourth stage curfew.
- The Corona plague will be with us for a long time. To escape from this, the mask must adhere to the personal space.
- There are 5 important aspects of India’s growth.10% of India’s GDP is earmarked for war against Corona.Special programs will benefit the poor, the poor and the middle class.
Guidelines of Lockdown 4.0:
- Schools, colleges, malls and cinema halls will not be allowed to open anywhere in the country but salons, barber shops and optical shops may be allowed in red zones, barring Covid-19 containment areas.
- Gradual and need-based operations of the railways and domestic airlines are likely to be allowed from next week but the full-fledged opening of the two sectors is unlikely to take place immediately.
- Local trains, buses and metro services may start running with limited capacity in non-containment areas of red zones in the country.
- Autos and taxis are also expected to be allowed in red zones with restrictions on the number of passengers.
- Most of these services will be allowed within the districts in non-containment areas and state governments may be authorised to take a call on their reopening.
- Powers to open markets in orange and red zones may be given to state governments, which may follow the odd-even policy while allowing shops of non-essential goods to open.
Therefore, in pursuance of the order No. 40-3/2020-DM-1(A) dated 15.05.2020 of Ministry of Home Affairs, Government of India, the following guidelines are issued with regard to the functioning of industries.
1.Select permitted activities allowed with effect from 19 th May, 2020 :
- These limited exemptions will be operationalized only on strict compliance to the existing guidelines. The respective Managements shall ensure that all preparatory arrangements with regard to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for social distancing in offices, workplaces, factories and establishments, as also other sectoral requirements are in
- The consolidated revised guidelines incorporating these select permitted activities are as below
2. Industries/ Industrial Establishments (both Government and private), as listed below, will be allowed to operate:
- Industries operating in rural areas, i.e., outside the limits of municipal corporations and
- Manufacturing and other industrial establishments with access control in Special Economic Zones (SEZs) and Export Oriented Units (EoUs), industrial estates, and industrial townships. These establishments shall make arrangements for stay of workers within their premises as far as possible and/ or adjacent buildings and for implementation of the Standard operating protocol (SOP) as referred to in para 20 (i) below. The transportation of workers to work place shall be arranged by the employers in dedicated transport by ensuring social
- Manufacturing units of essential goods, including drugs, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, their raw material and intermediates.
- Food processing industries in rural areas, i.e., outside the limits of municipal corporations and
- Production units, which require continuous process, and their supply
- Manufacturing of IT
- Coal production, mines and mineral production, their transportation, supply of explosives and activities incidental to mining
- Manufacturing units of packaging
- Jute industries with staggered shifts and social
- Oil and gas exploration/
- Brick kilns in rural areas i.e., outside the limits of municipal corporations and municipalities.
Whereas all industrial and commercial establishments, work places, offices etc. shall put in place arrangements for implementation of SOP as in Annexure I before starting their functioning. These will come into force with effect from 19th May, 2020.
3. Movement, loading/ unloading of goods/ cargo (inter and intra State) is allowed, as under:
- All goods traffic will be allowed to
- Operations of Seaports and Ireland Container Depots (ICDs) for cargo transport, including authorized custom clearing and forwarding
- Operations of Land Ports for cross land border transportation of essential goods, including petroleum products and LPG, food products, medical supplies.
- Movement of all trucks and other goods/ carrier vehicles with two drivers and one helper subject to the driver carrying a valid driving license; an empty truck/ vehicle will be allowed to ply after the delivery of goods, or for pick up of goods.
All industrial and commercial activities other than those specifically permitted above are prohibited till 31/ 05/ 2020.
4. Operation of guidelines in Hotspots and containment zones
In the containment zones, the activiñes allowed under these guidelines will not be
Also workers from such areas shall not been allowed to work in industrial establishments.
The red zones identified by the MOH&FW, GOI, there should not be any movement of man power across the UT borders.
5. Strict enforcement of the lockdown guidelines
- These guidelines issued under the Disaster Management Act, 2005 shall be strictly
- Any stricter measures than these guidelines as per requirement of the local areas shall be enforced as per the direction of the District.
6. The industrial units shall apply in the prescribed format to the District Administration along with the list of employees with the plan for social distancing and other safety mechanism installed in their industrial
- The application so submitted will be scrutinized by officials of Directorate of Industries & Commerce and the Labour Department for compliance of the MHA guidelines at the Permission Cell at O/o the District Magistrate for.
- The applications, thereafter, will be processed by the Office of the District Magistrate and necessary permission will be.
- No Industry shall operate without prior approval of the District Administration.
- Any industry, who have obtained permission earlier from the District Magistrate prior to the date of this order, shall also submit their plan of safety mechanism to the Permission Cell, O/o the District Magistrate in compliance with the MHA.
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