Kathmandu injunction to be extended further

Discussions have been held on the issue of allowing profession and business to be run by adding the ban issued in Kathmandu Valley. Chief District Officers of three districts of Kathmandu Valley have discussed the issue of extending the ban for seven to ten days.

Similarly, the Chief District Officer of the District Administration Office, Lalitpur, Dhundi Prasad Niraula informed that they are preparing to allow fancy, rent and other non-congested businesses to operate.

He also informed that the issue of allowing private vehicles to operate in Jor Vijor system was also discussed. Public transport will not be allowed to operate under the additional ban. Tomorrow’s meeting will decide on the issue, said Niraula.

He said that he came to know about smart lockdown from the media, adding that he was not aware of it. Grocery stores, department stores, vegetable, fruit, milk, meat and gas stores have been given earlier to open in the morning. Similarly, workshops have been opened for vehicle maintenance by adopting health standards.

It was earlier opened to work in the private and public construction sectors. The last extended injunction is coming to an end on July 22 and the injunction was enforced on April 30 in the Kathmandu Valley.

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