Tribune Web Desk
Chandigarh, August 30
Haryana government on Sunday revoked an earlier order directing all shops and shopping malls, except those dealing in essential good and services, to remain closed on Mondays and Tuesdays.
केंद्र सरकार ने अनलॉक 4 में प्रदेश सरकारों को लॉक डाउन करने का अधिकार नही दिया है इसलिए हरियाणा सरकार का दिनांक 28 अगस्त का सोमवार और मंगलवार को बाज़ार बंद रखने का आदेश वापिस ले लिया है । इसलिए अब कोई लॉक डाउन नही होगा ।
— ANIL VIJ MINISTER HARYANA (@anilvijminister)August 30, 2020
In a tweet on Sunday, Haryana Home Minister Anil Vij said that the order had been revoked since the Unlock 4.0 guidelines released by the Centre on Saturday did not give states the right to impose a lockdown.
Sporadic and weekend lockdowns have been implemented by various state governments across the country.
Earlier on August 28, to contain the spread of COVID-19, the Haryana government had ordered that malls and shops in marketplaces of urban areas will remain closed on Mondays and Tuesdays instead of weekends as instructed earlier.
This order, however, was not for shops dealing with essential goods and services.
The revised instructions on August 28 had come a week after the government had ordered offices and shops to remain closed on weekends throughout the state