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Cabinet secretary has asked states to conduct contact tracing of Taglibhi Jamaat attendees on a war footing

New Delhi: 1/4/20:Cabinet secretary has asked states to conduct contact tracing of Taglibhi Jamaat attendees on a war footing and take action against foreigners for visa violations.

In a video-conferencing on Wednesday, the Cabinet secretary urged the Chief Secretaries/DGPs of the states to complete the contact tracing process on a war footing.

The foreigners who attended Tablighi Jamat had violated visa conditions and the states were asked to initiate action for violation of visa conditions against the foreigners. The organizers of the event must also be punished for such an act.

The cabinet secretary also stressed during the video conferencing that the states must implement the PM Garib Kalyan Yojana within the next week.

The large cash transfer to beneficiaries must be organized in a staggered manner to ensure social distance, the chief secretaries were told through video conferencing.

The nationwide lockdown is being implemented effectively and the states were told to ensure that intra-state movement of goods must be allowed without any hindrance while maintaining social distance.

The cabinet secretary also urged the states to ensure that the manufacturing of essential goods must go on at this crucial juncture and the supply chains of such goods should be maintained.

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