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CM:Registration of documents shall be started in 98 sub-registrar offices except those in the limits of municipalities and municipal corp.

    Chief Minister of the state Mr. Vijay Rupani has taken a series of welfare decisions in order to restore life and the daily routine of the people in the state since 20th April, 2020.i.e the official date after which some relaxations were granted by the Central Government in regions which were abiding with the rules of lockdown.

    Providing details of the decision taken by the Chief Minister today, Secretary to the CM, Mr.Ashwani Kumar said, “The Chief Minister has decided to start the registration of documents in 98 sub-registrar offices except those in the limits of municipalities and municipal corporations. However, applicants will be required to seek an online appointment and pay fees through online transactions only. However, the work related to finding other documents and their duplicate copies will not be undertaken at the moment. At the same time, the offices have to follow necessary safety measures amidst COVID-19.

    All those offices falling in containment zones and hotspot areas shall remain closed.Talking about the decision of CM to re-start businesses and industries from 20thApril, 2020 in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Government of India, the Secretary said that around 40 thousand units have restarted and around 5 lakh workers and labourers have resumed their duties. Around 20 thousand workers have been employed at 573 construction sites.

    127 APMCs have restarted and 4 lakh 42 thousand 860 quintals of agri produce has been sold since their re-commencement. 2,42, 904 quintals of wheat and 1,23,389 quintals of castor seeds occupy a major portion of produce in the APMCs. Around 41 lakh Antyodaya families will receive a total assistance of ₹ 410 crores by 25th April, 2020 as a part of the CM’s decision to deposit Rs.1000 in the bank account of 66 lakh NFSA card holders.

    46.28 lakh litres of milk has been sold. 1 lakh 19 thousand 326 quintals of vegetables and 15,990 quintals of fruits are available in the state’s markets.

    Source: Information Department, Gujarat