State Bureau, Kolkata: Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee tweeted late Friday evening that the lockdown would continue even further with minimal impact. He said that with several crises in the state, we have decided to increase the workforce capacity of the state government from 50% to 70%. Continuing the restoration of essential services is one of the highest priorities and this workforce growth will ensure that public services continue uninterrupted. Mamta tweeted one after the other. He further said, ‘I also urge everyone in the private sector to be safe and work as much as possible inside the house and to the best of their ability. The ability of the workforce to decide and act accordingly lies with the respective management of private institutions. The Chief Minister wrote in the third tweet, ‘ The lockdown will continue with minimal impact.



 

 Jute mills and tea gardens will be operational with 100% workforce capacity. We are together in this. I am sure that with the cooperation and understanding of all of you, Bengal will emerge victorious! ‘

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Let us know that earlier during the press conference on Friday evening, the Chief Minister said that from next June 8, all government and private offices will be allowed to work with 100 percent workforce. He also allowed all religious places in the state to open from June 1, although not more than 10 people would be allowed to visit temples, mosques and gurdwaras at a time.

 



 Along with this, he said that from June 1, there will be work with one hundred percent workforce in tea gardens and jute mills. 

 

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