Jai Ram Thakur also said that Prime Minister Modi has congratulated the state government and agreed to digitally address the people of the state on September 6.
Jai Ram Thakur said that though the COVID-19 situation in Himachal is under control, the pandemic is not yet over.
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur on Monday expressed concern over rising coronavirus cases in the state.
He said the Congress remained in power for about 50 years in Himachal as well as at the Centre, but there were only about 50 ventilators in the state when the pandemic started.
The Chief Minister, who is a five-time MLA, has mentioned in detail about the development work done in his Seraj constituency till now under his government, Sharma added.
Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur had visited PGI Chandigarh on Friday evening to enquire about his health.
In a letter written to his Delhi counterpart, CM Jai Ram Thakur said that the Himachal Pradesh government was 'highly concerned' about the situation emerging in the national capital.
Thakur said the government was keeping a watch on the drought situation and would be ensured that there is no water crisis in any part of the state.
As majority of the visitors will stay in hotels, the administration has put in place a mechanism to check the visitors from the seven states on their arrival at the place of their stay, he added.
Eighty-one beneficiaries, called Loktantra Prahris, have so far been identified and they will be given Rs 8,000 in case of imprisonment up to 15 days.
Speaking in the Assembly on the last day of the Budget Session, Thakur said the state government has taken up the matter with the Centre and the Saudi Arabia Consulate General.
Himachal Pradesh CM Jai Ram Thakur launches Zero Budget Natural Farming project to promote organic farming
The chief minister said the state needs to follow Prime Minister Narendra Modi's vision to increase agriculture produce and the income of farmers by the year 2022.