The government is expected to decide by the end of the week.
Anonymous government sources say that India plans to allow some industries closed for the duration of a nationwide quarantine due to the coronavirus to resume operations. This is stated in a Reuters report.
This step is intended to compensate for the economic losses that the country suffered during the quarantine, sources told the News Agency.
The 21-day quarantine, which ends on Tuesday, is expected to be extended.
The news agency reported that it had a letter from the Ministry of Industry of India, which recommended the resumption of work of enterprises in the automotive, textile, defense, electronics and other industries.
The government is expected to make a decision this week.
According to the Johns Hopkins University coronavirus Resource center, in India, a country with a population of more than a billion people, 9240 infected people were registered and 331 people died.