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Tuesday 24 March 2020

PM MODI Speech INDIA Lock Down for 21 days

PM MODI Speech INDIA Lock Down for 21 days

LIVE: पीएम मोदी बोले- आज रात 12 बजे से पूरे देश में लॉकडाउन, घर से निकलने पर पूरी पाबंदी

Prime Minister is addressing the nation live to share some vital aspects relating to the menace of Coronavirus or COVID19.

With lockdown in around 550 districts, India is hoping to break the chain of Coronavirus spread which has infected  hundreds of people so far. The total number of Coronavirus positive cases in India reached 519 on Tuesday. This includes 39 discharged people and 9 deaths, the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare said. Around 30 states/UTs have been placed under complete lockdown. After break on passenger trains across India, Aviation Ministry said that all domestic flights will also be grounded from Wednesday midnight. PM Narendra Modi has appealed citizens to take the lockdown seriously and said it is a lifetime challenge that the world is facing.

प्रधानमंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी ने कहा कि आज रात 12 बजे से पूरे देश में लॉकडाउन होने जा रहा है. उन्होंने कहा कि कोरोना वायरस का संक्रमण रोकने के लिए संपूर्ण देश में पूरे देश में 21 दिन का लॉकडाउन होने जा रहा है. पीएम ने कहा कि ये लॉकडाउन आपको बचाने के लिए, आपके परिवार को बचाने के लिए लागू किया जा रहा है. इस दौरान घरों से निकलने पर पूरी पाबंदी लगाई जा रही है. पीएम ने कहा कि 21 दिन नहीं संभले तो कई परिवार तबाह हो जाएंगे.

Delhi CM Kejriwal also announced a partial curfew in Delhi while Punjab has announced a complete curfew in the state.   The number of cases in Maharashtra and Kerala have gone past 100. Delhi, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Punjab and Andhra Pradesh have also seen a rise in cases so far.


The government deferred deadlines for filing tax returns, extended a tax amnesty program and unveiled other relief steps, while promising more measures to support the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are very close to coming up with an economic package which will be announced sooner rather than later,” said Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman at a press conference in Delhi.

India, Asia’s third-largest economy, is under pressure to boost spending to fight the economic fallout of the pandemic that’s infected close to 400,000 people globally and 519 in India and brought normal life to a halt.

Citizens across India observed a self-imposed curfew Sunday, a day when the country’s borders were also sealed temporarily to international flights aimed at limiting the spread of the virus.