Punjab Govt Ends Smart Lockdown After Rain Clear Smog

Punjab Govt Ends Smart Lockdown After Rain Clear Smog

Mohsin Naqvi, the caretaker chief minister of Punjab Govt ends the smart lockdown after heavy rain in Lahore.

In a post on social media, CM Naqvi said that the government had chosen to lift the lockdown because the air quality had gotten better after the recent rain.

He said that all stores would be open tomorrow and that restaurants could start serving again after 6 pm.

Earlier, the chief minister of Punjab stopped cops from forcing traders to close their shops because times were tough. He said that sellers should not be forced to close their businesses, and they should be able to do so even on Fridays.

Rain fell in many places in the provincial capital, such as Gulberg, Garden Town, Iqbal Town, Multan Road, Thokar Niaz Baig, Jail Road, Mall Road, Johar Town, Canal Road, and Raiwind Road.

The Government of Punjab ends the smart lockdown; Caretaker Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi said on Twitter:

“Markets open tomorrow, and restaurants can resume operations after 6 pm.” The recent limits on SMOG will be lifted first thing in the morning tomorrow. This is going to work from today on.

After talking to experts and the environment department, Mohsin Naqvi said it was agreed that stores and restaurants could open today.

He said that the rules that were put in place because of the smog will be lifted today. He did say, though, that all schools would be closed until tomorrow.

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