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Prime Minister Modi has announced to extend lockdown till 3rd May. Announcing in his address to the nation, PM extends lockdown to May 3. On Tuesday Prime Minister declared that the whole country has his attention as he will be declaring the judgement on the lockdown after assessment. Starting with 'Namaste mere Pyare Deshwasiyo' PM announced several other announcements including assessment of states till April 20. PM also asked citizens to co-operate with Government at their extreme level.
In his 4th Address of the month, Prime Minister extends the lockdown till May 3, with new guidelines to be rolled out tomorrow. Among highlights of PM address 14 April several announcements are laid down. In his live broadcast PM Announced this extension till May 3, 2020. The Prime minister’s address has brought some hope to the distressed and panic stricken citizens of India , as the government call for further extension in Lockdown till 3rd May.
Lockdown will be assessed at hard measures for one more week, PM said. Till April 20 all strict measures would be taken PM Modi said. It is expected that after his interaction with all the Chief Minister of states on 11th April , PM MODI will consider what the states suggested.
However it is clarified that PM MODI will extend the lockdown meanwhile planning to present new things on the table which might bring some relief to the street vendors, daily wage workers and other industries. It is said that roadmap to the extension has been planned out . The state governance of Punjab and Haryana have proposed the idea for few business and manufacturing sectors to function.
Observing the increase in the cases of covid-19, after PM's address it is now xonfirmed that the lockdown has been extended till May 3rd. Analysing the need of the extension certain strategies by the central and state government have agreed upon. The road not taken concludes the axis of the new strategies, it is believed that the businesses and markets of the areas which have recorded low cases of Covid -19 or none would be revived said Prime Minister.
Manufacturing and Agriculture are the prime sectors that the central government is focussing.
The states would be bifurcating their districts in several zones, mainly three; red, orange and green.
There exist certain areas which the government might not redeem.
Country is doing its best to fight corona and these strategies might fasten the fight with economic stability.