The Arunachal Pradesh authorities on Monday introduced its resolution to increase the lockdown within the state from April 14 to April 30.
“The lockdown has been prolonged until April 30, Chief Secretary of Arunachal Pradesh Naresh Kumar mentioned.
“Only state-run buses will be allowed to ply on the roads. Construction work will be allowed to resume after contractors seek permission from authorities concerned, but migrant labourers cannot be employed,” he advised reporters.
This makes Arunachal Pradesh the eighth state to increase the lockdown after Odisha, Punjab, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra, Telangana, Rajasthan, and West Bengal.
In the meantime, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is all set to deal with the nation at 10 am on Tuesday.
It’s anticipated that this handle would throw extra mild on the standing of the nationwide lockdown post-April 14.