UP: Saturday’s closure ends, schools from class 6 to 8 may start from September 1

UP,11/8:In view of the controlled situation of Covid-19 (COVid 19) in Uttar Pradesh, there was a discussion today on giving partial relaxation in the two-day weekly lockdown. There has been talk on ending the captivity on Saturday. State government spokesperson Siddharthnath Singh said that although the weekly bandh could continue on Sunday. The Home Department will present a detailed guideline regarding this. Apart from this, the process of new admission should be started in the schools of Basic Education Council from classes 6 to 8. Assessing the situation, teaching-learning can be started in these schools from September 1.


Siddharthnath Singh said in a conversation with hat through the UP Map NaMo app, the issues of the area will be monitored in the 2022 assembly elections. Along with this, feedback will also be taken on the functioning of MLAs. Minister Siddharth Nath Singh said that the Bharatiya Janata Party has always been using social media. Our Prime Minister is always connected with the people through the NaMo app and this time it will be used in a new way in the 2022 elections as well. This is the app of the Prime Minister, he always connects with the people through this app and this time it is being done on a bigger scale.


Siddharth Nath Singh said that we have always been working every day. We have also been running campaigns through social media. Our preparations are complete.


On the weekend lockdown in UP, he said that our Chief Minister has done a good job. Be it the first phase or the second phase of Kovid-19, it has been controlled. That’s why we have decided to end Saturday’s lockdown in view of the situation but vigilance will continue.

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