Government's decision to open shops in Gujarat from tomorrow except mall complex

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Gandhinagar. The Chief Minister has taken an important decision for the small and big shopkeepers and businessmen of the state. In all the districts of the state, tomorrow, Sunday. From April 26, all shops except malls and marketing complexes will be allowed to run their own businesses, said Ashwini Kumar, front secretary to the chief minister.
Following the announcement of the Government of India, the Chief Minister has announced this decision in the state. Concessions for doing business are subject to terms and conditions. Accordingly, the area in which the shop-business is permitted for business should be outside the containment area. 
The shop-business will have to keep 50 per cent of the regular staff of the business. Wearing masks and maintaining social distance will also be mandatory for shopkeepers. Containment areas declared by the local authority will be considered valid. The Chief Minister has also decided that 50 per cent of the staff in IT as well as ITES industries in Gujarat will be allowed to operate and if such industry is located outside the containment zone, such industries will also be allowed.
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Confusion among traders over Centre's circular, confusion over whether to open or close shop

Shopkeepers and showroom owners across the state are facing confusion due to the Home Ministry's late night guideline. Shopkeepers are confused as to whether to open or close the shop. All the shopkeepers within the boundaries of the corporation and within the boundaries of the municipality are confused. On the other hand, the police are also stopping the shopkeepers from leaving as they do not have enough information yet. 
The president of the Rajkot Chamber of Commerce said a meeting chaired by the chief minister would be held at 11 a.m. today. Trading industry will be started in Rajkot keeping in view the decision issued by the government.