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50 wedding guests, curbs at hotels relaxed, but Aurangabad to keep watch | Kolhapur News

Aurangabad: District administration overturned the decision on Friday and granted permission for traditional marriages with a 50-guest limit after being criticized for only allowing registered marriages as part of their Covid guidelines.
As of Monday, all hotels and restaurants in Aurangabad will be allowed to serve 50% of their operating capacity. However, you must close the facility for dinner by 8 p.m.
The decision to allow easing under “Mission Begin Again” was made in a joint meeting attended by District Collector Sunil Chavan, Aurangabad Police Commissioner, Nikhil Gupta, Superintendent of Police, Mokshada Patil, CEO of Zilla- Parish, Mahesh Gondavle, and Knot Officer Shrimant Harkal attended.
“After 8 p.m. restaurants and hotels can only offer take-away meals,” said Chavan.
The list of decisions made during the meeting also includes setting up community-level squads to monitor those who violate Covid norms. These squads will also keep an eye on marketplaces, including weekly and daily markets from rural and urban areas.
The authorities have unanimously decided to take action against vehicle owners for violating the established norms of carrying more than the permitted number of passengers or commuters in their cars or buses. All vehicles can be operated with 50 percent of their seating capacity.
In addition, five special squads have been formed to ensure that various businesses not only comply with Covid standards but also close on time.
Actions are also taken against companies that violate the established norms so that they can send a strong message to others. That said, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) aims to take action against around 20 companies that violate the standards.
Aurangabad central MLA Pradeep Jaiswal said, “The ban on wedding ceremonies will directly affect various service providers, including chefs, musicians, decorators and event managers. That’s why we raised the problem with the district collector. ”


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