Churning on Lockdown-5, Cabinet Secretary to talk to States Today

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Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba will hold a meeting with the Chief Secretary and Health Secretary of all states today. For the first time, the Municipal Corporation Commissioners of the affected metros will also attend this meeting.

In the wake of the Corona crisis, churn has begun regarding the possible fifth phase of lockdown. Cabinet Secretary Rajiv Gauba will hold a meeting with the Chief Secretary and Health Secretary of all states today. For the first time, the Municipal Corporation Commissioners of the affected metros will also attend this meeting. It is being told that this meeting will start from 11.30 am.

Significantly, before the end of lockdown four, once again the sound of lockdown-5 has started to be heard. On 31 May, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will talk about the mind. Sources say that in the matter of mind, PM Modi can clear a lot. By the way, sources say that the increase of lockdown for two weeks is almost certain.

The government seems to be trying to get people back on track by giving more leeway to their lives and economy, but the news is that relief will not be provided in the areas which are heavily battered by Corona. According to sources, the lockdown 5 will continue to tighten on 11 cities. These are the cities where the corona infection is steadily increasing.

The cities where the ban may continue are Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Pune, Thane, Indore, Chennai, Ahmedabad, Jaipur, Surat and Kolkata. In these 11 cities, 70 percent of the total corona infected cases have been found in India, while in Ahmedabad, Delhi, Pune, Kolkata and Mumbai it is more dangerous. 60 percent of the total patients of the country have been found here.

This is the reason why the government is thinking about lockdown-5. In Lockdown-5, the government will maintain strictness in these areas. At the same time, except in the Containment Zone, people will be exempted with conditions, but this exemption is going to be met with heavy responsibility.

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