New Delhi: Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has asked Delhiites to send him suggestions, ideas on what should be done after May 17 in the national captial. Kejriwal said that the Delhi government will consider suggestions given by the people of Delhi and send them to the Centre. Also Read - Nepal Airport Under Renovation Amid Coronavirus Lockdown

Addressing an online media briefing, Kejriwal said,”I want to ask the people of Delhi to send their suggestions on what they want post May17. You can send in your suggestions by 5pm tomorrow on the number 1031 , WhatsApp no. 8800007722 or e-mail at”. Also Read - DU UG Admission 2020: Registrations For Next Session to Begin on June 8; Check Exam Date, Cut-off Here

“Should we start buses, metros, auto, taxis, schools or markets? We want suggestions on what all should start and what all should be kept under the lockdown. It is obvious that the social distancing should be maintained,” he added. Also Read - Attack Mode: Video of Two Alligators' Epic Face-Off in Middle of Golf Course Will Surely Make Your Jaws Drop

Not just the public, he said, he will also solicit suggestions from experts and doctors.

This comes a day after Kejriwal asked PM Modi to allow resumption of economic activities in the national capital.

“Barring the COVID-19 containment zones, economic activity should be allowed to resume in the national capital”, the AAP leader had said on Monday during a video-conference chaired by Prime Minister Narendra Modi with the chief ministers of various states.

People can send their suggestions by 5 pm tomorrow (Wednesday) though below mentioned ways: