Mumbai: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said on Sunday the coronavirus situation is under control in the state and there is no need for the night curfew. In a virtual press conference, Uddhav Thackeray said whereas the circumstance is under control, “people in Maharashtra will have to wear face masks for the following six months”. Uddhav Thackeray said, “I don’t feel there is a need for night curfew. People have learned their lessons. We still have to be cautious. Most people are wearing masks. The rest are also appealed to wear masks in public places.”
Defending the shifting of Metro 3 car shed location from Aarey to Kanjurmarg, Thackeray said, “Aarey location for metro 3 car shed was rejected because it would have required more land in future at the cost of a forest” “In Aarey government spared woodland and environment. In Kanjurmarg we’ll be utilizing fair 40-hectare arrive which is desolate,” he included.
Making a strong case over the Centre-State dialogue for the development of Maharashtra, he expressed that he tirelessly visits the project sites even inspite of the fact that they were started by the Government to guarantee fast completion of the project. “I am keeping a vigil on Mumbai metro project development, coastal road, trans harbour link. These projects we started during previous government but MVA is pursuing them for early completion.” He said.
MVA Government completed a year in office on November 28. Talking almost the same, Thackeray criticized BJP without naming the party and said that his recent partner was active in foreseeing the drop of MVA government but it has completed a year on November 28 and is active in the development of the state in spite of confronting budgetary limitations. Because of the upcoming Christmas and New Year, he said that in spite of the fact that the COVID-19 vaccine has arrived, the fight with the coronavirus isn’t over however and masks will be obligatory for another six months.
The CM clearly indicated that no new lockdown or night curfew in Mumbai will be imposed. He also encouraged people to watch self-discipline and restriction amid the celebrations. However, he said that he would want people to coordinate in combating the virus by following COVID-19 standards rather than imposing any new restrictions.