PM Narendra Modi to Hold Meeting with Chief Ministers

Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc all over the country. Half June is about to pass, but the number of corona patients has crossed 3 lakh. Every day new cases of coronavirus are coming to the country’s financial capital Maharashtra and capital Delhi. Meanwhile, once again Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to meet the Chief Ministers of the states for the sixth time through video conferencing. These meetings will last for two days with the Chief Ministers of different states. Whose schedule has been released. In such a situation, the question arises as to what Prime Minister Modi can discuss with the Chief Ministers of all the states.

The number of corona infects in the country has crossed 3 lakh. On March 24, Modi announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown to prevent the outbreak of Corona in the country. It was later extended three times. After this, a variety of restrictions have been given under Unlock-1 in the country from June 8.

Reports can be taken from all states

The first format in the meeting by Prime Minister Narendra Modi may be to meet the Chief Ministers of all the states and report their state. Because the way in Unlock-1, many restrictions have been relaxed in most states, the situation arising out of it can be reviewed. In such a situation, it will be important to see that the Chief Ministers of all the states can also review the guidelines presented by the Center before the Prime Minister and the guidelines applicable in their state. Along with this, suggestions can also be taken from the Chief Ministers of all the states for their status and betterment in the state.

Separate plans for Delhi, Maharashtra and Gujarat?

The number of coronavirus patients is increasing in the country’s capital Delhi and Maharashtra. If we talk about Maharashtra, the number of corona patients here has gone to 1 lakh. There is a similar situation in Delhi, where strict decision has also been made by the Supreme Court recently on the treatment of patients. On the other hand, in Gujarat, the number of patients has not decreased since the onset of coronavirus infection in Gujarat. In such a situation, it will be important to see what strategy the Prime Minister adopts for the most affected states.

After Lockdown-5, the way people were allowed in the states of the country in Unlock-1, the life of the people came back on track. But in terms of statistics, the coronavirus infection cases started increasing rapidly. There are some states where the number of Corona Cases has seen a bumper boom due to the exemption. For example, in Punjab, the Congress government has decided a day before that it will increase the toughness in its state. Because there is a continuous increase in the number of corona cases. In such a situation, it can also be discussed by all the Chief Ministers before the Prime Minister that by increasing the toughness in the country, results can be improved.

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Due to the increasing infection of the coronavirus, metro, railways and other traffic facilities are being operated only in limited manner in the country. In such a situation, it will be important to see that this subject can also be discussed by the Chief Ministers of the states by Prime Minister Modi. As far as the trains are concerned, only a limited number of trains are being run at the present time. Can an additional discount be given on the operation of trains in Ace? There can be churn on this matter too.

There is also speculation about re-enforcement of lockdown:

Some people are discussing on social media, even in some media reports, it was claimed that the lockdown is being extended from June 15 onwards. However, the government made it clear for the moment that the lockdown would not be implemented anywhere. It is believed that this aspect can also be discussed in the meeting of Chief Ministers of all states with Prime Minister Modi.

They will meet in the first phase:

On June 16, the Prime Minister will hold talks with Chief Ministers and Lieutenants of 21 States and Union Territories. These include Punjab, Assam, Kerala, Uttarakhand, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Tripura, Himachal, Chandigarh, Goa, Manipur, Nagaland, Ladakh, Puducherry, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Dadar Nagar Haveli and Daman Diu, Sikkim. And Lakshadweep. On June 17, he will hold talks with the Chief Ministers and Deputy Governors of 15 states. These include Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, Delhi, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Karnataka, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Haryana, Jammu Kashmir, Telangana and Odisha.

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