CTI to Delhi government, LG: Do not impose COVID-19 restrictions on vendors.

Delhi Chamber of Commerce and Industry has asked Delhi government not to place restrictions on businesses . The petition was made given the forthcoming festive season .

The Delhi Chamber of Commerce and Industry has asked that the Delhi government and Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena not to place any restrictions on businesses in the event of the future implementation of the Covid-19 rules.Given the forthcoming festive season, the petition was made.The CTI has also written to the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) in Delhi, expressing worry that with the rise in Coronavirus cases in the capital, virus-related prohibitions will be placed on businesses.Different sectors and business groups have called CTI chairman Brijesh Goyal and president Subhash Khandelwal, according to CTI chairman Brijesh Goyal, who said that they have been receiving distress calls.

Throughout the year, artists, musicians, actors, stalls, swings, lighting, sound, tents, and others associated with Ramlila are in demand, according to Goyal.For festivals such as Raksha Bandhan, Independence Day, Janmashtami, Navratri, Dussehra, and Deepawali, he said wholesalers have begun supplying orders to the manufacturers.In addition, the CTI has encouraged people to get their Covid vaccines and booster doses on schedule and maintain pandemic guidelines for their families.According to the health department statistics, Delhi had 2,419 Covid cases on Friday, the highest number in six months, with a positivity rate of 12.95%, while two more people died as a result of the disease.