Not possible to lift lockdown on April 14: PM Modi hints at all-party meeting

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday discussed the corona crisis with 16 MPs from the NDA and opposition through video conferencing. After the meeting, MP Pinak Mishra said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has made it clear that the lockdown will not be removed simultaneously. Mishra said that the Prime Minister told us that life before and after Corona’s transition would not be the same. Modi also hinted at a cabinet meeting that the lockdown would not be removed altogether. Apart from this, the chief ministers of five states Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Telangana and Kerala are also in favor of boosting lockdown. 
Video conferencing by PM Narendra Modi today with BJP, Congress, DMK, AIADMK, TRS, CPIM, TMC, Shiv Sena, NCP, Akali Dal, LJP, JDU, SP, BSP, YSR Congress and BJD’s Lokaru with BJP and BJP. General Chat Chat Lounge In this meeting, floor leaders have submitted 5 demands to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. It calls for reducing the FRBM fiscal limit of the states by 3 to 5 per cent, giving the states their remaining money, increasing the relief package from 1 per cent of GDP to 5 per cent, freeing the core test and making all medical equipment available, including PPE.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi along with TR Baloo from TMC, Navneet Krishnanan from AIADMK, Ghulam Nabi Azad and Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury from Congress, Namma Nageshwar Rao from TRS and Keshava Rao from CPIM, Vinay Ripath from CPIM and Vinay Shivaji from Shiv Sena. , Discussed by NCP Sharad Pawar. 
Apart from this, Sukhbir Badal from the Akali Dal, Chirag Paswan from LGP, RCP Singh from JDU, Ram Gopal Yadav from SP, Danesh Ali and Satish Mishra from BSP, Vijayasai Reddy from YSR Congress and Mighun Reddy from Prasaddy, Bijay. Was.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Wednesday suggested it will not be possible to lift the nationwide lockdown on April 14 as the country reported more than 5000 cases of the coronavirus disease.

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All captions taken from the WHO website. The organization is assessing ongoing research on the ways COVID-19 is spread and will continue to share new findings. The Prime Minister talked about the complete lockdown during a meeting with the floor leaders of political parties represented in Parliament. The meeting was held through video conference and it included members of parties with four or more members in Parliament.
It came in the backdrop of varying opinions on the crucial question of extending the lockdown beyond April 14 and on fiscal measures taken by the Central government to meet the exigencies arising from the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak.
Updated: 09/04/2020 — 1:02 AM

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