Covid-19 India: PM Narendra Modi said in a meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states- lockdown will continue until the situation improves

Covid-19 India: PM Narendra Modi said in a meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states- lockdown will continue until the situation improves

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New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi discussed with the Chief Ministers of all the states through video conferencing to plan ahead on the Corona crisis. He made it clear that the lockdown will continue until the situation is corrected. However, he also said that exemption will be given in the districts where conditions are good. PM Modi said that we do not need to be more worried about the economy. Our economy is in good shape.

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We saved thousands of lives from lockdown- PM

During this meeting, the Prime Minister said that due to the lockdown in the last one and a half months, we have saved thousands of lives in the country. Our aim is to take immediate action and we have to follow the mantra of 2 yards.

PM Modi to continue the fight against Coronavirus

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that with the efforts of the states, the red zone should be transformed into orange and then green zone over time. We should be prepared for such reforms so that it can make the lives of common people even better. We also have to give importance to the economy, but along with that the fight against the coronavirus has to continue.

‘Masks have to be made part of life’

The Prime Minister said that the effect of coronavirus will continue to be seen in the coming days. So we have to make a mask and face-covering parts of life. On the basis of the suggestions given by the Chief Ministers of all the states, we will face economic challenges and improve health services.

Mamta Banerjee joined for a delay of about ten minutes

Chief Ministers of all states participated in a video conference with Prime Minister Modi. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee attended the video conferencing with a delay of about 10 minutes. Chief Ministers of Bihar and Bengal also raised the issue of bringing back the students trapped in Rajasthan’s Kota.

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