On a petition filed against the relaxation of restrictions related to the lockdown on the occasion of Bakrid, the Kerala government told the Supreme Court that limited relaxation has been given in the Kavid rules to save traders who have already shopped. Many traders had accumulated stock due to Bakrid.
The Kerala government, while making its argument in the Supreme Court, has said that businessmen are already in trouble due to Corona. In such a situation, businesses that have already collected goods by buying and not getting permission to sell them may increase their problems. The government further said that following the Covid protocol, limited relaxation has been given to the traders in the market.
The matter is being heard by a bench of Justices RF Nariman and BR Gavai. The Supreme Court, while hearing the matter on Samovar, had directed the Kerala government to file its reply within 12 hours.
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According to a Times of India report, Senior Advocate Vikas Singh said that although Kerala is reporting the maximum number of Covid cases, the Kerala government, without any political insistence or prejudice, has imposed Covid rules in the state for 3 days. has been delayed. Let us tell you that the Supreme Court had also expressed its concern on the Kanwar Yatra.
In fact, on July 17, CM Pinarayi Vijayan announced relaxation in the lockdown in a press conference and said that due to the celebration of Bakrid (Eid-ul-Azha) on July 21, clothing, shoe shops, Jewellery, fancy stores, shops selling household items, electronics items, all kinds of repair shops and shops selling essential items will be allowed to open from 7 am to 8 pm on 18, 19 and 20 July.
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With this decision of the Kerala government, IMA, the largest body of doctors in India, had warned of approaching the Supreme Court against this decision of the Kerala government. The IMA said that restrictions have been relaxed on the pretext of religious ceremonies around Bakrid.
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