MUMBAI: The Union government has said it will launch flights across the country from next Monday. But the Maharashtra government is not in favour of this decision. In view of the growing number of corona infections in the state, Maharashtra has reportedly refused to launch flights to Mumbai. The fourth round of lockdown is set to end on May 31. The state government has said it will consider taking action on the 31st. The state government needs time to launch the airline. Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray said guidelines would be prepared in the coming days in consultation with the Center. Maharashtra tops the list of crores of cases and deaths across the country. In the state, 47,190 people have been infected with the virus and 13,000 have recovered. The death toll in the state has risen sharply.