Lockdown will come again amid rising tensions in Corona, PM Modi will again hold discussions with the CM of the state

By | 12 Jun, 2020

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Amid rising cases of corona in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address Chief Ministers of all the states and Union Territories on June 16 and 17. Corona cases are on the rise in the country and could reach their peak in July-August, according to experts.





The number of Corona infections in the country has crossed 3 lakh. Modi had on March 24 announced a 12-day nationwide lockdown to curb the Corona outbreak in the country. The lockdown was then extended three times. This was followed on June 8 by a number of exemptions under the Unlock-1 ban in the country.


According to sources, PM Modi will once again hold talks with the Chief Ministers of all the states and Union Territories on June 16 and 17 through video conferencing. This will be his sixth meeting with the chief ministers on the Koro crisis. In which the growing case of Corona will be reviewed. There will also be a review of Unlock-1, which was implemented on June 8. It is believed that after discussions with the chief ministers, the central government may take some big decisions to gain control over Corona.


PM Modi will hold talks with the Chief Ministers of the states on June 16 and on June 17 with the Chief Ministers of the Union Territories or the Vice-Governor through video conferencing. For the first time, PM Modi will hold separate talks with the chief ministers of the states and union territories.

He had earlier held talks with the chief ministers on May 11. Following this conversation, Lockdown 4.0 was announced. This is the sixth time Prime Minister Modi will hold talks with state chief ministers. Earlier, PM Modi had held discussions with the chief ministers on March 20, March 2, April 11, April 27 and May 11 through Vifio conferencing.




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