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Continue curbs till all Jamaat attendees are detected: SGBG

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, April 5 - Voluntary organisation Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) has suggested that the government continue with the restrictions it has proposed to impose on opening the education institutions, theatres, beauty parlours, libraries and weekly bazars, among others, till the detection of all the Tablighi Jamaat followers who attended at Delhi�s Nizamuddin area recently.

The organisation emphasised that the parents of students of these educational institutions should ensure it that their children do not move around because of any relaxation in the lockdown period.

In a statement signed by its president Krishno Kanto Borooah and vice president Ajoy Dutta, the SGBG today that similar restrictions should also be there on the movement of the inter-state and inter-district buses and the movement of city buses should also be regulated in a way that movement of the infected people could be monitored.

The government should also evolve an effective mechanism to check movement of the infected people by other segments of the public transport system.

In the case of the grocery shops and pharmacies, too, the norms of social distancing should be firmly in place till the COVID-19 threat is over, said the voluntary organisation.

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Continue curbs till all Jamaat attendees are detected: SGBG

GUWAHATI, April 5 - Voluntary organisation Save Guwahati Build Guwahati (SGBG) has suggested that the government continue with the restrictions it has proposed to impose on opening the education institutions, theatres, beauty parlours, libraries and weekly bazars, among others, till the detection of all the Tablighi Jamaat followers who attended at Delhi�s Nizamuddin area recently.

The organisation emphasised that the parents of students of these educational institutions should ensure it that their children do not move around because of any relaxation in the lockdown period.

In a statement signed by its president Krishno Kanto Borooah and vice president Ajoy Dutta, the SGBG today that similar restrictions should also be there on the movement of the inter-state and inter-district buses and the movement of city buses should also be regulated in a way that movement of the infected people could be monitored.

The government should also evolve an effective mechanism to check movement of the infected people by other segments of the public transport system.

In the case of the grocery shops and pharmacies, too, the norms of social distancing should be firmly in place till the COVID-19 threat is over, said the voluntary organisation.

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