You wrote a letter to the government of Kejriwal saying it received electricity bills with fixed charges over the past few months, despite the lock-down of the gyms.
During this pandemic period, they said in the letter that electricity bill added to their woes. On 28 June, following a month-long pandemic closure the Kejriwal government allowed the sports facilities to re-open.
They were allowed by the Delhi government “For almost two and a half months, gyms have been closed, but we still have electricity bills with fixed lock-down charges.
The Delhi Gym Association said in its letter that our industry is one of the world’s most affected and with the fixed charges our survival becomes harder. “We ask you to waive the fixed electricity bills charge for the next six months to help us survive,” it said.
There are about 5,500 gyms, yoga studios and personal studios in Delhi that have been closed for almost 3 months. It should be noted that. The centres were shut down to monitor coronaviral propagation.
Specialists and teachers developed plans that would only allow up to 50% of their establishments’ capacity to be covered by the Covid Guidelines, including frequent sanitation and slots.
In his speech to PTI, Vice President Chirag Sethi, Delhi Gym Association, expressed appreciation that the fitness industry was able to reopen as it follows the guidelines.
Sethi, the owner of Anytime Fitness in Malviya Nagar, also said they allowed members of the fitness centre to enter about 16 slots, from 6 am up to 9 pm.
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