04 May 2020

What is the big decision taken by Gujarat government to open Gutkha, Pan-Mawa shops? Learn the details

CMO Secretary Ashwini Kumar was briefed on the decisions taken by the government.
 Gandhinagar: A lockdown has been imposed across the country, including the state, to curb the spread of the corona virus.  A high-level meeting chaired by Chief Minister Rupani took a number of important decisions regarding the lockdown.  Informing about the decisions taken by the government, CMO secretary Ashwini Kumar said a meeting was held under the chairmanship of the chief minister in which it was decided that no concessions would be given in metros like Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Bhavnagar, Gandhinagar as there were more cases of corona.  Apart from that, opening of Pan-Galla shop will not be allowed in the state.  It is not allowed to open a leaf shop in any zone.

 Apart from that, Ashwini Kumar said that due to the high number of corona cases in the state, strict adherence to lockdown is required.  No office will be allowed to open except for necessities of life.  Even though Rajkot is in the Orange Zone, there will be no concessions in the lockdown
 Besides, Ashwini Kumar said that beauty parlors and salons could be opened in the green and orange zones.  Apart from that, ST bus service will also be started in the green zone.

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03 May 2020

Alert: Government changed the rule of withdrawing money from Jandhan account, this is why it took this strict decision

Alert: Government changed the rule of withdrawing money from Jandhan account, this is why it took this strict decision

 New Delhi: The central government has started crediting the installments of some schemes being run for the poor.  However, banks have tightened the withdrawal rules since May.  On Monday, the government will start making the next installment of Rs 500 for women in the Prime Minister's Jan Dhan account.  But that doesn’t mean people start taking the lead ahead of the bank from Monday.  Apart from this, the government is also providing financial assistance to the people under the Farmers' Honor Fund and the Poor Welfare Scheme during the Koro period.

 Banks tightened the rule
 Banks, however, have tightened the withdrawal rules this time.

 The Corona virus epidemic has created new rules to follow social distance.  The last time the government put money in the account was in April, when there was a huge crowd of women.  This time the banks have decided that the money will be given to the people according to the last digit of the account number.

 This is how money will come out
 The last number of the account number is the withdrawal date
 0-1 May 4
 2-3 May 5
 4-5 May
 May 6-7 8
 8-9 11 May

 You can also withdraw money from ATMs
 The Indian Bank Association also says to try to withdraw money from a bank or friend or service center around you.  On the other hand, it has also been said that there is no charge for withdrawing money from ATMs.  However, anyone with an account number can withdraw money after May 11.

 Don't crowd outside the bank branch
 The IB has appealed to the people not to gather crowds in front of the banks.  Only the person who has the account number, according to the date of withdrawal.

 Banking Secretary tweeted
 On Saturday, Banking Secretary Debashish Panda tweeted that the May installment has been issued in the Jandhan account.  People's money is completely safe and the government will not refund the installment amount, even if a person does not withdraw the installment, his money will remain in the account.  The finance ministry has also said that people should use ATMs or bank friends to withdraw up to Rs 2,000 from their accounts.  At present, there is no charge for withdrawing money from any AT.

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