Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s will hold an important meeting with the Chief Ministers of all the states on Monday. In this meeting, along with the Home Minister, Health Minister, Home Secretary, and Health Secretary will also be present. The Director-General of Police of all the states will also be involved in this meeting.
This will be Prime Minister Modi’s fifth meeting on the Corona crisis. The meeting will be held after 3 pm. The Covid-19 pandemic and the situation in the country will be reviews, and what to do after Lockdown 3.0 is over will be discussed. The Chief Minister of all the states will be involved in the meeting of Prime Minister Modi through video conferencing.
The Prime Minister’s meeting will be attended by the Chief Minister as well as Home Minister Amit Shah, Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan, Chief Secretary, Home Secretary, Health Secretary and DGP of the states. All Chief Ministers will suggest to Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
This meeting to be held on the corona of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is proposed on May 11 at 3 pm. The first session of the conference will run from 3 pm to 5:30 pm. The second session will start at 6 pm, and the meeting will continue till the conclusion
Modi’s will meet for the 5th time
The Prime Minister will hold a meeting with the Chief Ministers of the states for the fifth time on the Corona crisis. It is only in this meeting through video conferencing that it will be approved that the lockdown is extended or relaxed.
PM Modi’s has already met on March 20, April 2, April 11, and April 27 on the Corona crisis. All Chief Ministers will inform PM Modi about the status of their respective states. In the meeting held earlier, only 10 to 11 Chief Ministers used to keep their bar.
PM Modi’s has held a meeting with Union ministers
In the wake of the Corona crisis and lockdown, an important meeting was also convened with the Union Ministers on May 1 under the chairmanship of PM Modi. Several officials, including Home Minister Amit Shah, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, CDS General Bipin Rawat, were present in this meeting. The lockdown was reviewed in this meeting.