India’s return to ‘normalcy’ – after Metro Rail, Parl meets – gatherings on 21st

New Delhi, Sep 14 (UNI) India’s Covid fight along with the world– more ‘challenging’ compared to other countries because of Chinese ‘aggression’ and provocations from Pakistan, Nepal– is being further ‘strengthened’ on Monday with the convening of monsoon session of Parliament.
Resumption of Delhi Metro Railway Services -the first of the three ‘crucial tasks’ under the ongoing Nationwide Unlock 4.0 braving the pandemic- became completely operational on Saturday.
According to experts, Delhi Metro, which reopened it’s doors to commuters on September 7 in a graded manner, has “successfully passed” the first ‘acid test’ to ‘triumph over’ the Covid-19.
However, the experts feel, Monday is going to be the ‘real test’ for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) as it is the first weekday with the entire Network operational with normal timings.
Allowance of gatherings-social, religious,and also political -the last being specially beneficial eying the two coming Assembly Elections-Bihar in November and Bengal in April-May,2021, will be given on September 21.
Informatively, the Government, to maintain strict social distancing norms,had adopted a ‘week-long vigil’ from the day one of Unlock4.0, effective from September 1, before taking any ‘start.’
As the Delhi Metro and the Parliament Session have been arranged with that ‘week-long gap,’ the same will also be followed till September 21- the ‘much-awaited’ nod to all sorts of gatherings.
Meanwhile, India recorded over 8,000 Covid-19 deaths in the past week,a sharp rise of 14.5 percent over the previous week, with fatalities averaging more than 1,100 per day.
Fresh cases reported during the week also rose by 11 percent as more than 6.4 lakh infections were detected.


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