PM Modi to discuss Corona situation in country at 4pm Today

Amidst the growing cases of Corona crisis in the country and the election with China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will again address the people of the country at 4 pm on Tuesday.

PM Modi to discuss Corona situation in country at 4pm Today

New Delhi: Amidst the growing cases of Corona crisis in the country and the election with China, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will again address the people of the country at 4 pm on Tuesday. The Prime Minister’s office gave this information via tweet.

The government has announced the guideline for Unlock 2.0 on Monday. In this phase more relaxations will be given in the country.

PM Modi can discuss next challenges in Unlock2:

Unlock 2.0 will come into force in India from 1 July. So there is tension between India and China in East Ladakh at the peak. Now meanwhile, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s address is being considered very important.

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Unlock 2.0 guidelines are going to come into effect from July 1. The Ministry of Home Affairs has issued point-wise guidelines. In his address, the Prime Minister can give reasons for the exclusion of some activities still not given. Apart from this, the Prime Minister can also give information about what the guidelines have been prepared keeping in mind what their purpose is.

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In his address to the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi can also speak on the ongoing tension with China. He has made it clear that India will give a befitting reply to any intrusion and for this the army has been given a free hand. He can inform the country on the current situation. Apart from this, the Prime Minister Modi can also inform the countrymen about the steps taken by the government against China.

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