Currently, India is in the first stage of Unlock but it seems many states are not yet ready as CoronaVirus positive cases are continuously rising and numbers have already surpassed 300000 mark. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold meetings with all the Chief Ministers to discuss the current scenario of COVID19.
PM Modi will take meetings of Chief Ministers of various states in two batches on 16th and 17th June. At present, India is at the fourth spot in the list of countries with most CoronaVirus positive cases. As per the sources, this meeting will be held virtually through video conferencing, and PM will take a state-wise update on this pandemic CoronaVirus outbreak and discuss on the measures that need to be taken to control the situation.
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Earlier this morning senior Congress leader and former president of Indian National Congress also expressed his concern over the current situation in India. As the numbers are rising each day, Gandhi commented that India is on a way to win the wrong race. He also shared a graphic showcasing the rising numbers of COVID19 cases in India during different phases of lockdown.
As per the recent reports, 308993 Confirmed Positive Cases found in all the states of India. Maharashtra, Kerala worst-hit states in India as compared to the other states. Both states are reporting the maximum number of infected people. According to current data saying that the total number of COVID-19 positive cases in Maharashtra reached 101141, while in Delhi, 36824 cases have been reported so far.
Today PM Modi also spoke with Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith and commended the effective management of COVID-19 in Lao PDR. He also reviewed vibrant development cooperation, including archaeological preservation of sites that showcase the civilisational connections between both the countries.
Modi also had a conversation with President Dr. John Magufuli on all aspects of India's friendly relations with Tanzania. Modi thanked him for taking care of the Indian community in Tanzania during the COVID-19 crisis. He also assured Magufuli that India is committed to remaining a reliable partner for Tanzania's development journey.
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