New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi interacted with Chief Ministers of various states through video conferencing. He inquired about the steps being taken to prevent Coronavirus. In meeting, PM said, “India lockdown end on April 15, but it does not mean that people start going on the streets and roads as before. We still have to bear the responsibility . “
PM Modi told to Chief Ministers that it is necessary to fully follow the lockdown in coming days. Lockdown and social distancing are the only ways to fight against coronavirus. This needs to be followed even after the India lockdown end in next days.
The Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh also shared some clippings of this meeting with PM Modi. During the meeting, PM Modi told to Chief Ministers that 24-hour alert is necessary to prevent Coronavirus.
Prime Minister said, “The war has just begun. There is no mistake in this. The entire staff is on alert for 24 hours. Together, we have to drive away the Corona. Central government is helping the states in every way. Despite lockdown in India, the corona Virus cases are increasing steadily. “
PM Narendra Modi said, “Governments are constantly trying to get people to stay in homes so that the Coronavirus can be prevented from spreading, but sometimes people are not following it.”