New Delhi: Fearing that it might result in additional rise in coronavirus circumstances within the state, the West Bengal authorities on Tuesday wrote a letter to Union Ministry of Civil Aviation and urged it to not ship flights from Eight nations which have heavy caseload within the nation. Also Read – After Centre’s Announcement, West Bengal Govt Extends Free Ration to Beneficiaries Till June 2021
Writing a letter, the West Bengal authorities urged the Ministry of Civil Aviation to droop flight companies to the state from COVID-19 hotspots such Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai, Indore, Ahmedabad and Surat for 2 weeks from July 6. Also Read – Extraordinary Feat: 24-Year-Old Woman Digs 15-Feet Well To Help Her Ailing Mother Get Access To Water
Expressing concern, West Bengal wrote to ministry secretary PS Kharola and urged him to contemplate the priority raised by the state. Also Read – Lockdown Extension in States: When, Where And For How Many Days – Full Details Here
The state authorities wrote to the Civil Aviation Ministry that West Bengal is witnessing a steep rise in circumstances and numerous circumstances have been reported from individuals coming within the state from outdoors with an infection. “Hence the state authorities of West Bengal has determined to curtail the motion of incoming flights and trains into the state.
The state authorities additionally requested the Centre to not schedule any flight to West Bengal from excessive prevalence locations like Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Nagpur, Chennai, Indore, Ahmedabad and Surat beginning July 6 to July 31.
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