DELHI-NCR BORDER NEWS: WE HAVE NOTHING AGAINST DELHI PEOPLE, SAYS HARYANA MINISTER AS DELHI-NOIDA-GURGAON BORDERS REMAIN SEALED
Delhi-NCR Border Latest Updates: The borders will stay closed until May 31 as Noida, Gurgaon is not inclined to receive cases from Delhi.
At a time when the Centre has enabled inter-state movement, domestic flights and personal passenger trains across the country, people residing in Delhi, Noida, Gurgaon are stuck in the border as the borders are not yet available apart from essential service providers and particular pass holders
As Gurgaon has listed the first coronavirus death case on Thursday, Haryana health minister Anil Vij said Haryana has nonentity against the people of Delhi. “But we have to conserve our own people too,” the minister said.
So basically, Delhi is being seen as the justification why Gurgaon, Faridabad has listed more cases that other spots in Haryana.
While Gurgaon has 239 cases, Faridabad 181, Sonipat 150, and Jhajjar have noted 91 corona infections, earning it a total of 661 cases in these four districts which plunge in the national capital region.
Delhi-Noida-Gurgaon borders were locked in April in the wake of the increasing numbers of Corona favorable cases in Delhi. After Nizamuddin Markaz in Delhi evolved a hotspot of coronavirus infections, the border-sharing states decided to stop the movement across the borders, apart from the necessary services. The system of granting e-passes followed a massive process as well.
The question of Delhi-Noida-Gurgaon border closure attained the corridors of the courts too as several families have been deserted because of the border sealing
The Uttar Pradesh government originally allowed the movement. But the Noida administration withheld permission. Haryana was jabbed by the Delhi High Court for entirely sealing the border. Later, it was emptied only for essential services.