Complete lockdown in Bihar till May 15 CM Nitish himself gave information


Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has announced a complete lockout in Bihar. He informed that complete lockout will continue in the state till May 15. Detailed guidelines in this regard will be issued after the meeting of the Crisis Management Group today. In order to implement a complete lockout in the state, organizations of Indian Medical Association, ie IMA doctors, doctors of Patna AIMS, businessmen and engineers associated with CAT (CAIT) are also demanding. Was. The Patna High Court also sought a response from the state government on the issue on Monday.

Detailed guidelines will be issued by evening

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar (CM Nitish Kumar) will meet the Disaster Management Group today. A detailed guideline regarding lockdown will be prepared in this meeting. Guidelines are likely to be issued by evening. Subsequently, it will be known which services will be exempted from full lockdown and which services will be stopped altogether. In fact, all attempts to stop the spread of corona infection in the state have so far proved unsuccessful. Every day 13 to 15 thousand new patients are being received in the state. After reviewing the situation, the government will take a decision from 15 May.

On Monday, the Chief Minister also held a meeting

Chief Minister Nitish Kumar held a high-level meeting on Monday on the status of Kovid in the state through video conferencing. In this order, he directed that the administration and police follow the Kovid protocol strictly. Before the high level meeting, the Chief Minister himself took stock of the city. There is a discussion that the lockout may be decided at an important meeting of the Disaster Management Group on Tuesday. The 15-day lockdown is being consulted by a group of physicians.

CM himself inspected the streets of Patna

The Chief Minister visited Bailey Road, Danapur, Digha, Gandhi Maidan, Dakbangla, Kankarbagh, Karbigahia, Mithapur Sabzi Mandi and other areas before a high level meeting on Kovid on Monday afternoon. Even before the last disaster management group meeting, he himself decided to increase the vigor by taking stock of various parts of the city.

Various instructions given on the supply of oxygen and medicine

In a high-level meeting on Kovid-19, the Chief Minister directed that no treatment should be taken in the treatment of corona infected people. Look forward to meeting the needs of patients. Oxygen supply and drug availability must be ensured.