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Furious netizens vent against Residents Welfare Associations as they make their own rules amid lockdown

The majority of the RWAs have, however, not given permission to maids to come into society

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Furious netizens vent against Residents Welfare Associations as they make their own rules amid lockdown

Resident Welfare Associations (RWA) and residents continue to lock horns day by day as they make their own rules amid the lockdown.

As per a leading daily report, one society in Gurugram has asked the residents to get the domestic staff tested and to produce a report. The attitude of the RWAs has made people think if they are new Khap panchayat.

As per the guidelines issued by the Gurugram administration, in line with the state government, housekeepers, drivers, electricians, plumbers are allowed in all areas except containment zones. The majority of the RWAs have, however, not given permission to maids to come into society.

  Netizens took to social media to vent their anger against the RWAs for formulating their own rules and causing inconvenience to people

Not only in Gurugram, but RWA in several other cities, including Mumbai, are still deliberating on whether domestic workers should be allowed into the area, or not. Earlier this month in Bengaluru, residents were asked to give an undertaking that they won’t call maidservants from hotspots and containment zones.

People across age groups are struggling in the absence of maids amid the lockdown.

For those unaware, the number of coronavirus cases reported the biggest spike of 5,611 coronavirus cases in the past 24 hours. The death toll due to COVID-19 also increased by 140.

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