Uttar Pradesh Government giving jobs to people working on footpaths and ferry amidst lockdown

Uttar Pradesh Government giving jobs to people working on footpaths and ferry amidst lockdown

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Lucknow: The government of Uttar Pradesh is taking full care of the needs of every section in the lockdown. In addition to providing government assistance to the people working on the pavement and ferry in the cities, the work of connecting them with employment has started. The work of simplifying their lives is being done by allowing them to sell essential commodities in lockdown. The Urban Development Department has so far connected more than 60,074 vendors in UP and is preparing to increase it to over one lakh.

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After snatching the work in lockdown, the work of connecting the vendors sitting empty-handed with employment was first done in the big cities i.e. municipal corporations. They were allowed to sell fruits, vegetables and other essential goods on cycles, carts, rickshaws, and Hastu carts. By following social distancing, they have been allowed to bring goods from the Mandis and sell them in colonies.

A clear order was given from the government that they would not be stopped in the cities and they would be allowed to sell goods. By strictly following the lockdown, they have been allowed to sell goods only in colonies and societies. They will not be allowed to stop on the main routes.

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Not allowed in hotspot areas: They are not allowed inside hotspots. But he can stay in a street outside it and sell the goods. Local councilors will help them with this.

How many employees in major cities of Uttar Pradesh: Lucknow 4200, Agra 732, Aligarh 705, Ayodhya 420, Bareilly 248, Firozabad 700, Ghaziabad 270, Gorakhpur 250, Jhansi 438, Kanpur Nagar 1648, Mathura-Vrindavan 256, Meerut 250, Moradabad 60, Prayagraj 600, Saharanpur 715, Shahjahanpur 106 And Varanasi 2550 footpaths have been added. With this, 60074 vendors, hares, carts and Khumche have been linked with employment in 652 municipal bodies across the state. They are providing the necessary material to the narcotic on the basis of need.

Vendors are allowed to sell essential commodities. More than 60 thousand have been linked with this employment in UP. Right now the process of adding others on need basis is going on. –Deepak Kumar, Principal Secretary of Urban Development

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