Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Tuesday sought suggestions from people, experts on lockdown relaxations post May 17.
"I want to ask the people of Delhi to send their suggestions on what they want post May 17. You can send in your suggestions by 5pm tomorrow on the number 1031, WhatsApp no. 8800007722 or e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org," said Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal.
On Monday, Arvind Kejriwal during a video conference chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with CMs of different states had said that barring containment zones, economic activities should be allowed to resume in the national capital.
The fresh round of consultation was held on ways to strengthen the COVID-19 containment strategy and stepping up of economic activities in a calibrated manner as the 54-day nationwide lockdown nears an end.
Recently, the Union Health Ministry classified the entire national capital, which has 11 districts, as red zone. The city has 272 wards. During the video conference PM Modi told chief ministers that India will have to devise and implement a "balanced strategy" to deal with the coronavirus pandemic, and the biggest challenge for the country will be to ensure that the infection does not spread to villages.