Report By Aroona Banerjie | Bengaluru | Last Updated at May 12 2020
The nationwide lockdown for 54 days, is set to be lifted up on 17th May’2020- proposedly.
The Chief Ministers held a meeting chaired by Narendra Modi, on the upcoming lockdown ending, and what all measures ought to be taken, in order to contain the spreading of the infection further, which shows no further signals of ending. However, despite many state ministers, being against the lockdown being entirely lifted up, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal, insisted that the economic activities be resumed in New Delhi, despite the increasing cases there.
He further insisted that the regions, which are out of the red zone, be able to access and work freely, following the rules and regulations of the social distancing norms. The PM told his chair of ministers, that there should be a balanced strategy, which should be adopted by the country’s every citizen, in order to help the virus from spreading to the villages, as a maximum of the people lives in rural areas.
After an exhaustive discussion with the Chief Ministers, the PM has decided to address the nation today, on the nationwide lockdown and how we aim to tackle this as a nation, tonight at 8 pm.