Entertainment parks in India urge Government to permit reopening because the restrictions are inflicting big losses, which can result in job cuts.
The Indian Association of Amusement Parks and Industries (IAAPI) has already submitted the usual working process to be adopted to the Union Home and Health ministries, Prime Minister’s Office, and the chief ministers of various states.
“The amusement and water parks are running into huge losses since their closure on March 15 due to the lockdown,” IAAPI president Ajay Sarin stated.
There are almost 150 such parks within the nation, together with the well-known Ramoji Film City, which give direct employment to round 80,000 individuals and not directly present livelihood to just about three lakh, he talked about.
“We are fearing huge job losses if these parks are not allowed to reopen and the present estimate of the loss is Rs 2,000 crore,” he stated.
Gatherings might be simply managed within the amusement and leisure parks and it is usually attainable to take care of social distancing, Sarin claimed.
“Even the water parks are safe as the chemicals used there can kill any kind of virus,” he added.
Sanitisation of staff and all particular person models contained in the parks are additionally talked about within the SOP, he knowledgeable.
Sarin stated that if the parks are allowed to reopen, no less than they may generate some income although footfalls shall be very low, including that the parks are in a really unhealthy form.
In the SOP, they’ve additionally talked about obligatory obtain of the Aarogya Setu app, amongst different measures.
He stated the SOP has been ready after consulting specialists.
Government is trying ahead to open these entertainment parks, however still there is no such thing as a official notice. All the Malls, gyms, shops are opening since August 5.