PM Modi holds a video conference to CMs

by Aditi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Chief Ministers of the states through video conferencing today and on Thursday to form a strategy against the corona virus infection. Prime Minister Modi along with Home Minister Amit Shah and Defense Minister Rajnath Singh was also present in this meeting through video conferencing on the situation of Corona virus in the country.It is said the current situation arising out of the Corona crisis, relief work being carried out for migrant laborers trapped in different states, as well as the threat posed by the people of Tablighi Jamaat to various states.

This is the Prime Minister’s first meeting with the Chief Ministers of the country after the lockdown. Earlier, on 20 March, two days before the Janata curfew imposed on 22 March, Prime Minister Modi had video conferencing with the Chief Ministers of the states. At that time he warned the Chief Ministers of the global threat of Corona and stressed the need for the whole country to unite and face it. Since the lockdown carried out across the country on 24 March, the states have faced a variety of problems ranging from migrant laborers.

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However,the Cabinet Secretary and the Home Secretary are constantly reviewing the situation by negotiating with the Chief Secretary and DGP of the states. The solidarity of the political leadership against Corona is more important.

The number of COVID-19 cases in India rose to 1965 on Wednesday, while the death toll rose to 50.In terms of an increase in Corona virus cases, the highest increase has been recorded in a day so far and 437 cases were registered. The Union Health Ministry gave this information. According to the latest statistics of the Ministry of Health, 1764 patients of Kovid-19 are undergoing treatment, while 150 people have been cured.