Corona crisis worsens, PM Modi will hold meetings tomorrow to review the situation, rallies cancelled in Bengal

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By: Jeet Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-22 19:16:28 IST

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The corona epidemic in the country has taken a formidable form. In view of the ongoing Corona crisis in the country, Prime Minister Modi himself has taken charge. Prime Minister Modi will review the situation arising out of the Corona epidemic on Friday.

The corona epidemic in the country has taken a formidable form. In view of the ongoing Corona crisis in the country, Prime Minister Modi himself has taken charge. Prime Minister Modi will review the situation arising out of the Corona epidemic on Friday. He has given information about this by tweeting. Not only this, PM Modi has canceled all his rallies in Bengal on Friday. It may be noted that in view of the magnitude of the epidemic, the stringent Disaster Management Act 2005 has also been implemented. 

Prime Minister Modi tweeted, "Tomorrow I will preside over the high-level meetings to review the situation arising out of the Corona epidemic." Because of this, I will not go to West Bengal. ' According to the report of the news agency ANI, Prime Minister Modi will review the situation arising out of the corona infection at an internal meeting at 9 am on Friday. After this, he will hold talks with the Chief Ministers of the states facing the Corona crisis at 10 o'clock. Not only this, he will hold a meeting with leading oxygen manufacturers in the country at 12:30 pm.

Earlier, Prime Minister Modi held a high-level review meeting with senior officials on Thursday regarding the availability and supply of oxygen in the country. During this, PM Modi discussed ways and options for increasing the availability of oxygen. Cabinet Secretary, Principal Secretary to the Prime Minister, Home Secretary, other Ministries including Health and senior officials of NITI Aayog were present in the meeting.

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