Banglahunt Desk: The number of corona virus cases is increasing in the country every month. It is unclear when the lockdown will take place in this situation. Despite the lockdown, keeping the people of the country sanitised is also a major challenge for the country.
This time, the Modi government has planned to set up 2 million retail stores called 'suraksa stores' across India to protect the people of the country from infection and later. Which will provide citizens with daily necessities while maintaining strict security regulations. In addition to meeting the needs of the people of the country, it will be possible to keep life free.
Security stores will always sell essential items while adhering to safety rules such as social distance and sanitation. The government will select 2 million retail outlets from the private and public sectors to convert it into a 'security store'. Retail outlets from each state will be chosen by the central government, FMCG companies. Unilever, ITC, Nestlé, Colgate-Palmolive The government will share responsibility for the top FMCG companies in India.
To become a 'security store', the retail store must comply with all health and safety laws, including a social distance of one and a half meters outside the store, as well as billing counters, such as the use of sanitizer or handwash by consumers before entering the store. All employees are required to adhere to the mask and sanitation twice a day. The security store will meet the needs of the Indian people's groceries, clothing and salons.
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