The lockdown has curbed movement of the cereal from neighbouring states to mandis in Haryana and Punjab.
The Government of Haryana has prepared a strategy to create windows in the existing state policies that would ensure quick setting up of manufacturing facilities in any industrial estate of the choice of investors wanting to shift base from China. Government is reaching out to these Companies to understand their individual requirements.
Giving detailed information about this, Chief Minister Manohar Lal said that the dark zone, depleting level of groundwater and its excessive exploitation has become a challenge for us and we have started to solve these challenges for the coming generations.
More than 250 containers, each with 20 tonne of electronic goods, gadgets, mobile phones and accessories were stuck at various places including ports, wholesalers said.
Sharing more details of the same, an official Spokesman said that as per the latest MHA Guidelines, activities in a region shall be allowed based on the risk profiling of the region/districts into Red (Hotspots), Orange, and Green zones. In the Orange zone IT/ITES would be allowed to carry out their activities with staff strength of 50 percent.
It was decided in the meeting that agricultural labourers of border states of Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Punjab, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh will be sent to their homes in buses and those of Bihar, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh will be sent by special Shramik Trains.
The state government has decided to increase the area under maize cultivation from 3.95 lakh acres last year to 7.41 lakh acres in this season, with the twin objective of shifting towards water resistant alternate crops to conserve the fast depleting ground water and coping with the shortage of labour amid Covid-19.
As per the revised guidelines, activities shall be allowed on the automatic route after obtaining a self-declaration from the industrial units, commercial establishments and construction projects, online, of complying with the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) as provided by the MHA.
A decision to this effect was taken in the Haryana Cabinet which met under the Chairmanship of Chief Minister, Manohar Lal here today. The increase in rate of tax would be Rs 1 per litre in case of Petrol and Rs 1.1 per litre in case of Diesel.
If the lockdown is extended beyond May 3, the home ministry must amend its order and allow units in urban areas to resume work, while e-commerce should be freely allowed, it said. “E-commerce operations may be permitted without any restriction on nature of goods,” the report said.
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