Delhi CM Kejriwal asks people to stay at home during lockdown
| Wednesday | 25th March, 2020
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday said e-passes will be issued to those associated with essential services, such as vegetable-vendors, grocers and milk-sellers, to ensure smooth supply of items of daily use in the national capital during the lockdown.
In a joint press conference with Lt Governor Anil Baijal on Wednesday, Kejriwal said a helpline number would be issued for the e-passes.
The chief minister asserted that there was no scarcity of these essentials.
Baijal said the government would ensure strict implementation of the lockdown in Delhi.
The chief minister said the Delhi Police commissioner’s office could be contacted on helpline number 011-23469536 in case of any problems.
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