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PM Narendra Modi Meeting Today With 15 Most Affected States Today


Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold discussions with the states for the second consecutive day today to deal with the Corona crisis. Today at 3 pm, there will be a video conference with the most affected 15 states – union territories, including Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Delhi.

According to sources in the news agency, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee can seat an officer instead of attending the meeting herself. This is because Mamata not named in the Chief Ministers who will get a chance to speak in today’s discussion. They are angry with this.

PM Narendra Modi Meeting on Coronavirus Today

West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee has said that by not giving Mamta a chance to speak, the central government has once again insulted the people of Bengal.


Except for six states, the rest of the rules will deliver their speech in writing. In the discussions with Modi’s countries, today, six chief ministers can get a chance to speak. Countries that will not get an opportunity to talk will put their point in writing. In the meeting, the feedback of unlock-1 will take from the states, and further strategy will discuss. Earlier on Tuesday, Modi spoke to 21 states/union territories.

In Today’s Meeting, These 15 States/Union Territories Will Join

MaharashtraTamil NaduDelhi
GujaratRajasthanUttar Pradesh
Madhya PradeshWest BengalKarnataka
BiharAndra PradeshHaryana
Jammu and KashmirTelanganaOdisha

Modi has been discussing with the states continuously since March on the Corona crisis, the 7th meeting of Modi with the rules in 3 months. There was the sixth meeting on Tuesday. In this, Modi said that we should focus on people’s lives and livelihood. Modi will have his 7th meeting with the states in three months.

What Was The Situation When The Last Six Meetings Held?

Meeting dateWhat was discussedCorona caseDeaths from corona
March 20Modi focused on social distancing and the Janata curfew of March 22.249April 5
April 2Discussions were held with 9 Chief Ministers. Modi said – after the lockdown, it would be better to give discounts gradually.2,54372
April 11It was agreed to extend the lockdown by April 30. Ten chief ministers supported the meeting.8,446288
April 27It was agreed to open a lockdown outside the hotspot on May 4. Five states were still in favor of increasing the lockdown after may 33.29,451939
May 11Modi asked the Chief Ministers – tell us what kind of lockdown you want in your state byway 155.70,7682,294
June 16Modi said- We should focus on people’s life and livelihood. Along with testing of health infrastructure and corona, economic activities should also be increased.3,54,16111,922
Ashish Kumar Mishra
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