Madhya Pradesh: The lockdown in Madhya Pradesh state will continue till June 15. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan announced this on Saturday. He announced that universities in the state would open for schools, but a final decision on this subject would be made after June 13. Shivraj Singh Chauhan said, “There is a long 15 days extension in the lockdown due to the threat of Corona but we are trying to open the schools, but a final decision on this topic will be taken in a few days.”
Prime Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has announced in an interview with office journalists that the lockdown is going to extend for another 15 days. When a journalist asked him on the matter of school reopening, he said that this will be decided after June 13. He said that Corona has not yet been treated and therefore we cannot open everything. Shivraj Singh Chouhan tried to analyze the conditions of lockdown 4.0. This report prepared by the Chief Minister with the help of his staff will be sent to the central government. 31st May is the last day of lockdown 4.0 for the whole nation. The central government may issue a guideline for lockdown 5.0 on Sunday but the Madhya Pradesh state decided to extend it before the notice of the Central Government.
Sports activities are going to begin from June 1
The sports department has issued a guideline to open sports activities in the capital Bhopal from June 1. Director of Sports and Welfare V.K Singh said that as per the guidelines of the Department of Sports and Welfare, Central Government and State Government, a guideline was prepared for the implementation of sports activities in Bhopal from 1 June. Players are allowed to enter the sports complex and stadium only after the Covid-19 test.
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