From June 1, there will be some changes in your routine. Which will start after lockdown 4.0. Some things will be cheap and easy in this, so some things can also be expensive. Corona virus has changed the way of life. Let us know that after June 1, things can change in our life.

Due to the lockdown implemented in the entire country due to Corona virus, whatever is there is stuck, in such a situation, the railway is being operated to let people come. First the Shramik Special trains have been operated, after which trains were run for the passenger. So that those who are trapped should reach their respective homes. <! –

                 Now, taking a big decision, Railways has said that 200 new trains will be operational after June 1. Ticket booking for these trains will start soon. However, no list has been released regarding the trains.

Here, the central government is going to implement the One Nation One Ration Card from June 1 in 20 states across the country. After this, ration card holders in these 20 states can easily purchase ration from the government ration center of any state. It is being told that due to this scheme of the central government, a large number of poor people are provided with the necessary food grains at a very low price. Goer is going to start flying his domestic from June 1, following the government instructions and rules. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri announced on Twitter on Wednesday that domestic passenger flights will start across the country from May 25, but for this, passengers and airlines will have to follow certain rules.

Many things have been relaxed in Lockdown 4.0, under this, public and private transport has been opened in many states. Due to which the demand for fuel has increased. We have seen the girth in the lockdown of the lockdown. Now when public transport opens once again, it is expected that it will become expensive. Petrol and diesel will be expensive from June 1. Let us tell you that from June 1, the Mizoram government has announced to increase VAT at the rate of 2.5 percent on petrol and 5 percent on diesel in the state.



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