Britannia Biscuit Company Chairman Varun Perry has warned that disrupting the supply of food could result in disruption to the police and local authorities following curfew.
Both the federal and state governments were aggressive in their efforts to prevent the spread of the coroner virus. However, the number of coronavirus infections in India is steadily increasing.
The curfew was observed across the country last Sunday as social space was needed to control the coroner virus. According to Prime Minister Modi’s announcement, a 21-day curfew has been implemented across the country.
Thus, people are forbidden to come out indiscriminately. Permissions are allowed to carry only the necessary things. However, allegations have been made that there are practical difficulties in transporting essential goods.
Baron Perry, chairman of Britannia Biscuit Company, said that following the curfew, police and local authorities were disrupting the supply of food. The supply chain is broken.
The food supply chain is crucial. Even if one of the sectors is involved, there will be food shortages for 7 to 10 days. So the central government should act cautiously on this issue, he said.
We will not leave the house until March 5th We will be in touch with the world through the media. We will contribute fully to this community by preventing the spread of corona from the public’s eyes.
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– Hindu Tamil Directions with the interest of readers