The speed of Corona has slowed down in the country’s capital Delhi. With this, the number of containment zones in Delhi has also come down to 496. In Delhi, the Revenue Department has redesigned 715 Containment Zones in the last 2 days with the district authorities.
By the end of July, there were 715 containment zones in Delhi. On July 29, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Revenue Minister Kailash Gehlot had a meeting to redesign the Containment Zone. After this, the Revenue Department held a continuous meeting with the District Magistrates and went to the Containment Zone and made an assessment.
It will affect only 1 lakh population
In Delhi, the Revenue Department redesigned 715 Containment Zone with District Magistrates in the last 2 days. Today, on August 1, a review meeting was also held with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal’s Minister of Revenue Department and District Magistrates regarding Containment Zone.
According to the information received from the department, when 715 Containment Zones were formed in Delhi, then about 3.5 lakh population of the entire Delhi was being affected by it. After redesigning the container zone, now it will have an impact only on the population of 1 lakh of Delhi.
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According to the department, Rajnagar in South West Delhi was the largest containment zone in the capital. Due to the formation of a container zone here, a population of 43 thousand was being affected, while after redesigning the container zone, only a population of 1,600 people will be affected.
At the same time, Shastri Park in North East Delhi was the second major containment zone in Delhi. The population of 36 thousand was being affected due to the creation of a large-scale containment zone in Shastri Park while the population of 1,200 people in Shastri Park will be affected after redesigning the containment zone.
People were facing problems – Kailash Gehlot
Referring to the purpose of redesigning the Containment Zone, Minister of Revenue Department Kailash Gehlot told ‘Aaj Tak’, ‘Due to the huge scope of the Containment Zone, people do not go out of the house for the job as well as for necessary work. Were getting A large population of Delhi was being affected due to the expansion of the container zone. Therefore the Containment Zone was redesigned so that at least people are affected in the Containment Zone.
Let us know that till June 20, the total number of containment zones in Delhi was 262. After this, on June 21, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal met. The Union Home Ministry committee had suggested that remapping and redesign of the Containment Zone in Delhi be done so that better monitoring and effective management can be done to deal with the corona.
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Then, after the Home Ministry’s directive, 175 new Containment Zones were created by the district administration for remapping and redesigning across all the content zones in 11 districts of Delhi. By June 27, just a week after the Home Ministry meeting, the number of contentmate zones in Delhi had increased to 421.
Apart from this, Delhi Health Minister Satyendra Jain, concerned about the increasing number of Containment Zones, recently asked the Central Government to change the policy of Containment Zone, saying that any area should be made a Containment Zone for a maximum period of 15 days. .
At present, according to the rules of the Central Government, only 28 days after the last case of corona is found negative in any containment zone in Delhi, any area is released from the containment zone.