credai: Abolish the night curfew: real estate sector
The Confederation of Real Estate Developers Associations of India (CREDAI) Bengaluru has written to the government asking them to lift their nightly curfew.
Members pointed out that with the number of lockdowns and curfews last year during the pandemic, the property sector has been hit hard. For a better livelihood of employees and people, the government should continue economic activities, they say.
Recently, members met with the
The letter read: ‘The night curfew is meaningless as people coming into close contact at night are minimal. Only lounge bars or large gatherings may need to follow basic protocol,” the member said.
Night and weekend curfews kill lower-level businesses and jobs
–Bhaskar T Nagendrappa, CREDAI
They added that the restrictions will only have a negative impact as they will only lead to loss of jobs and loss of income for people in the lower strata, especially in sectors like hospitality, construction, etc “Therefore, the government should not do anything that may affect livelihoods and the economy.
President of CREDAI Bangalore