Maharashtra extends lockdown till April 30, CM says ‘can be extended if people don’t cooperate’
Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday announced that the lockdown will continue in Maharashtra till April 30. Thackeray said that the state’s policy on allowing conducting school and university examinations, allowing industries to be operational and the steps to be taken on handling the migrant labourers issue will be explained before April 14.
Thackeray was addressing the state through social media platforms after attending the video conference with Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the strategize on lockdown and tackling of the COVID-19. “After explaining the situation in Maharashtra, I told PM Modi that I will continue the lockdown in state till April 30,”
Source: The Indian Express