Conditional Permission to Reopen Specific Industries by Sindh Goverment

A delegation of industrialists has met Sindh chief secretary Syed Mumtaz Ali Shah and provincial minister Jam Ikramullah to apprise them regarding the issues amid strict lockdown.

The industrialists have been handed over standard operating procedures (SOPs) to be followed after opening their factories.

During the meeting, Mumtaz Ali Shah said those industries allowed to resume operations were bound to implement the SOPs of the government, whereas, the industrialists will have to given an undertaking regarding the procedures. Moreover, the owners will also be restricted to provide complete details of their workers, he said.

The chief secretary added that the ongoing restrictions have given positive results to contain the pandemic and the government will ensure the protection of labourers.

The industrialists have also supported the coronavirus lockdown in the meeting and assured to follow the SOPs designed by the government.

It is pertinent to mention here that the Association of Industry has sought applications from its members and sent letters to the provincial labour secretary, Sindh Industrial Trading Estates (S.I.T.E), Korangi, North Karachi and other bodies.

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“Strict action will be taken against all those sectors who will not follow the standard operating procedures (SOPs) laid out by the government,” warned CM Murad.

Tailors, mechanics, barbers and auto part repair shops will remain closed until April 30, he said, adding that ban on pillion ridding will remain in place.

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