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Ahmedabad: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani favoured a gradual lifting of the coronavirus lockdown throughout interplay of CMs with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday by way of video-conferencing, stated an official right here.

Rupani maintained that pursuits of every day wage labourers, small in addition to massive store homeowners and self-earning folks needs to be stored in thoughts if the coronavirus lockdown is prolonged past May 3, he stated.

“The coronavirus Lockdown needs to be gradually lifted. The state will follow the Centres guidelines and lift the lockdown in a gradual and step by step manner, depending on the number of (COVID-19) cases going down (in different areas),” Ashwani Kumar, secretary within the Chief Minister’s Office, instructed reporters, quoting Rupani telling the assembly through video hyperlink.

Gujarat, with 3,301 novel coronavirus circumstances and 151 deaths to this point, is second solely to Maharashtra on each counts within the nation.

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