Maharashtra government has said that there is no decision to let flight operations start from Monday in the state. According to an India Today report the Uddhav Thackeray-led government has said that the Centre ‘arbitrarily’ made the decision to allow domestic flight operations and there was no consultation with the state. It said that the state needs time to decide on the Standard Operating Protocols over air travel. The MVA government reportedly said that ‘outside airport, everything becomes state government's responsibility’. Therefore, the Maharashtra government has decided to wait for a discussion with the Center before changing lockdown protocols for flight operation.