Amit Shah speaks to All state CMs, seeks views on Lockdown extension
New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday and made him aware of the opinion of the Chief Ministers on whether to proceed the lockdown or not. It is known that the fourth phase of the lockdown in the country is coming to an end on 31 May.
Home minister Amit Shah did a meeting with Chief Ministers of all states and asked them to suggest new guidelines. He also asked those states who wants to open the lockdown.
After the lockdown, it was first time that instead of PM Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah attended the meeting with CMs of all state. According to sources, most of the state CCMs advised to extend the Lockdown in India. In tis meeting Amit Shah not only discussed to extend the lockdown but also discussed to make everything normal. Home Minister and central govt is trying to re-operate the Economy.
According to the report, the central government will definitely take a decision on the issue of lockdown in the next three days. Apart from Home Minister Shah, Union Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Goba also discussed the same issue with the Chief Secretaries of the states on Thursday through video conferencing.
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