Digital payment-led home deliveries to be allowed in Ahmedabad from May 15

The move is being made in an attempt to prevent spread of novel coronavirus through use of currency notes

Current Affairs : As a major aspect of its leave system from the total lockdown declared a week ago in the midst of flooding Covid-19 cases, Ahmedabad has allowed home conveyances of basics on if installment is made carefully.

While a move towards reviving of vegetable, leafy foods shops beginning May 15 is being made, city specialists have guided all retail outlets to utilize just cashless installment modes for home conveyances. The move is being made trying to forestall spread of novel coronavirus through utilization of cash notes.

All retail joints and multi-brand retail outlets including D-Mart, Osia Hypermart, Big Basket, Big Bazar, Zomato and Swiggy, among others have been solicited to screen 100 percent from their conveyance staff who ought to be recruited from non-control regions.

Ahmedabad has been under finished lockdown since May 7, with just milk and clinical shops permitted to work even as the city announced more than 5,800 positive cases with in excess of 380 passings due to Covid-19 by Sunday May 10 night.

As per a round on Monday, Rajiv Kumar Gupta, extra boss secretary to Gujarat government, who has been doled out the errand to direct COVID-19 reaction in Ahmedabad, “it has been made obligatory/mandatory to acknowledge advanced methods of installments through Unified Payment Interface (UPI) and different stages. Subsequently home conveyance has been made compulsorily cashless.”

The round doesn’t permit any money down (COD) installment for home conveyances.

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