Rajnath Singh to affix PM Modi's digital meet with CMs of 15 states right now

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Defence Minister Rajnath Singh will be part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s assembly with Chief Ministers of 15 states and Union Territories by way of video convention right now at Three pm.

The states/UTs which is able to take part within the assembly, being held by video conferencing embrace Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, and Delhi, the worst affected amongst states within the coronavirus pandemic.

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Earlier yesterday, the PM had held the same assembly with heads of 21 states/UTs. He had asserted that there’s a want to spice up well being infrastructure with an emphasis on testing and tracing and likewise financial exercise must be elevated.

His remarks got here on the sixth interplay with Chief Ministers to debate the scenario rising publish Unlock 1.zero and plan forward for tackling the COVID-19 pandemic.

“On the one hand, well being infrastructure will have to be boosted with an emphasis on testing and tracing, financial exercise can even have to be elevated. The choices have to be taken preserving in view each present wants and future necessities,” the Prime Minister mentioned.

Prime Minister famous that with the efforts of the previous few weeks, inexperienced shoots within the financial system are seen, together with an increase in energy consumption which was earlier falling, fertilizer sale in May this 12 months seeing a major enhance, a wholesome enhance in Kharif sowing compared to final 12 months, manufacturing of two-wheelers growing, digital fee in retail reaching pre lockdown degree, enhance in toll assortment in May and bouncing again of exports.

With a rise of 10,974 new circumstances and a couple of,003 deaths within the final 24 hours, India’s COVID-19 depend reached 3,54,065 on Wednesday whereas the toll as a result of virus stands at 11,903.

This contains 1,55,227 energetic circumstances and 1,86,935 cured, discharged, and migrated sufferers, based on the Union Health Ministry.

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