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Monday, 11 May 2020

Lockdown may get concessions after May 17, says PM Modi in conversation with CM

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday spoke to all the chief ministers about the coronavirus for the fifth time via video conference. The Prime Minister told the meeting that the government would have to think about moving forward and talk about the whole vision.

 Prime Minister Modi said that in this whole battle, the whole world has believed that we have been successful in the fight against Covid-19. State governments have played an important role in this fight. He understands his responsibility and has played an important role in fighting this threat.

It is human nature to go home. '

 Referring to migrant workers, Prime Minister Modi said, "We are worried that people should stay where they are." But this is the behavior of the common man that he wants to go to his own house, so we have changed our decision. In addition, we decided that the disease would not spread and reach the villages, this is also a big challenge for us.

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 The PM said that the states have played their role well so far but preventive measures and social distance cannot be reduced otherwise the crisis could escalate. He asked the states to advise to resume economic activities and all directions would be prepared on the basis of this advice from the states.

 Sources said the government is in favor of easing the sanctions once the current lockdown ends on May 17, but is unlikely to be lifted once and for all. Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the chief ministers for the fifth time via video conference to fight the Kovid-19 epidemic.

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 The meeting was also attended by Union Home Minister Amit Shah. He spoke about the importance of Aarogya Setu Mobile App and asked the CMs to ask people to download it as it would help track the spread of the virus.

Read to Gujarati.

Report by News18

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