Actor Sonu Sood met Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray at his residence Matoshree in Mumbai. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray's son Aaditya Thackeray was also present during the meeting. After meeting Maharashtra Chief Minister Sonu said, "We have to support all the people who are suffering and need us. I will continue until the last migrant has reached his home. Every party from Kashmir to Kanyakumari has supported and I want to thank everyone for that." Sonu Sood and CM Thackeray's meeting came on a day when Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut alleged that 'There could be a political director behind what actor Sonu Sood is doing'. Bollywood actor Sonu Sood has been in the limelight for sending migrant workers stuck in Mumbai to their home towns and won many hearts for his work in the COVID-19 pandemic.
Municipal committee Chadoora started an initiative where they collect day to day waste from homes of people. They buy small vehicles specially designed for this job so that people can use them and put their waste into these vehicles. The municipal Committee dump this waste and dispose it in a proper way. The main motive of this initiative is to make town neat and clean.
After more than three months of closure due to coronavirus pandemic, the construction activities have been resumed in Srinagar. Due to the commencement of these activities, labourers are now able to earn their livelihood and make their ends meet. While speaking to ANI, one of the labourer said, "Everything was shut for three months due to the COVID-19 lockdown. People are getting employed due to these activities. It is a good step taken by government authorities." The people working at the construction sites were seen wearing the masks and were also abiding by the social distancing norm in a bid to contain the spread of coronavirus. According to the Health Ministry, Jammu and Kashmir so far has recorded 10,513 cases of coronavirus.
Railways Minister Piyush Goyal while talking to ANI shed light on advantages of public-private partnership in Indian Railways. "Under public-private partnership, technologically advanced trains will come to India. Modern technology will come to India and Make in India will also get a push," said Minister Goyal.