The Chhattisgarh Chamber of Commerce and Industries has thanked Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel for the exemption granted in the lockdown of May 6 to 16 issued in other districts of the state including the capital Raipur. Chamber President Amar Parvani said that the Chamber had demanded from CM Baghel that banks should be allowed to do all types of business transactions, so that transactions could be carried out smoothly between merchants across the state. Taking cognizance of this demand, CM Baghel directed the district collectors to open the bank for all business transactions on the lockdown going forward. Parwani said that the business has been exempted from this lockdown in the coming period. Parwani has demanded that other businesses away from this exemption should also be opened for a fixed time-frame as the lockdown in the state has been in place for about 1 month, in which case now the economic condition of the merchant brothers is weakening.
If allowed to open all trades for a limited time, the entire trader family will trade in full compliance with masks, sanitizers, social distancing and corona guidelines, which will also prevent the spread of corona infection. The same Parvani said that there was a huge demand for the chamber that the delivery of non-essential items should be completely banned by the e-commerce companies during this lockdown period, which CM Baghel took all the cognizance and directed all the district collectors. Was. Chairman Amar Parvani said that the Chamber welcomes the decision of the administration to open shops connected to the agricultural sector. There will not be any shortage of food grains in the entire store-warehouse, machinery, transportation related to agriculture sector.