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The trade chamber Chamber of Trade and Industry (CTI) has asked Lt. Governor Anil Baijal to allow hotels, gyms and weekly markets to be opened. CTI Chairman Brijesh Goyal said in a press conference held in Connaught Place that the decision of the Delhi government was rejected by the Lieutenant Governor, due to which the crisis of livelihood has deepened in front of about 2.5 million people. After the press conference, he also protested with some gym and hotel operators. During the demonstration, he said that on 8 June it was the central government’s order that hotels and weekly markets could be opened in the entire country. However, the situation in Delhi was serious about Corona then, Therefore hotels and weekly markets were not allowed. Things are getting better now. As the incidence of infection decreases, the rate of people recovering has also gone up to more than 90 percent. For this reason, the Delhi government decided to open them, to which the Lieutenant Governor imposed a barrier.

Brijesh Goyal said that even though there are more cases in neighboring cities like Gurugram and Noida, hotels and other activities are allowed there. The Delhi government is engaged in reviving the economy. At such a time, it is unthinkable to not allow hotels, gyms and weekly markets to open here.

Weekly market traders Sanjay Sachdeva and Ashok Arora said that Delhi has about 2,700 weekly markets. Apart from this, there are about 2,500 budget hotels and guest houses, big and small. Gym owners Chirag Sethi and Vinay Sangwan told that there are 5,500 gyms in the capital. The employment of lakhs of people associated with them has stalled. If permission was not given to open the gym, it would be forced to agitate.