NEW DELHI: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Sunday urged all employers to provide paid leave to workers, including domestic bits of help, saying it is not only a compassionate gesture but is essential for the economy to survive.
“We are providing 72 lakh people free ration, doubling pensions. In addition to this, I urge all employers to provide paid leave, including domestic bits of help. Not only is this a compassionate gesture, but it is also essential for our economy to survive,” the Chief Minister tweeted. The national capital is going for a lockdown from Monday and the government has asked to provide paid leave to all the workers. (IANS)