Why the lockdown was extended till 3rd May not 3oth April?

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Prior to the announcement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, many state governments had extended the lockdown till April 30, but the Center has decided to implement the lockdown by May 3 across the country.

The lockdown period in the country has been extended to May 3 due to the Corona crisis. Prior to the announcement of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, many state governments had extended the lockdown till April 30, but the Center has decided to extend the lockdown till May 3 across the country. Now the question in everyone’s mind is why the lockdown has been extended till May 3.

Actually, May 1 is a public holiday, May 2 is Saturday and May 3 is Sunday. This is the reason why the central government has decided to extend the lockdown till May 3. The state governments had appealed to the central government to extend the lockdown till April 30, but the central government has extended it till May 3 in view of the holidays.

Government sources say that due to the three-day holidays, people will move out of the house in large numbers and there will be problems regarding social distancing. Because of this, the lockdown has been extended till 3 May.

Which States had extended the Lockdown

First Odisha extended the lockdown till 30 April. Then Punjab extended till 1 May, Maharashtra by 30 April, Telangana by 30 April, Rajasthan by 30 April, Karnataka by two weeks, West Bengal by 30 April and Tamil Nadu by 30 April. Apart from this, Arunachal Pradesh, Mizoram and Meghalaya of the Northeast have also extended the lockdown period till April 30.

What did PM Narendra Modi say?

Addressing the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, ‘Everyone’s suggestion is that the lockdown should be extended. Many states have already decided to extend the lockdown. Keeping all the suggestions in mind, it has been decided that the lockdown in India will now have to be extended by May 3. That is, every countryman will have to remain in lockdown till that day.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said,

“We will have to keep patience. If we follow the rules then we will be able to defeat the Corona pandemic. “

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Ashish Jha is working as a creative Content head in a Prestigious Publication. He has authored “Arthritis ko Karen Alwida.” His book “ Rashtriya Aaay lekhankan” is recommended in more than a dozen prestigious Indian Universities. Mr. Jha has translated the book “We Can” into Hindi language with the name “Safalta ki Udan.” The author of the book “We Can” is Commander V.K. Jaitley, honourable president, All India IIT Kharagpur Alumni Association. Ashish has also edited the book “Child Safety” written by the Paagman of India, Mr Birbal Jha. As a ghost writer, he has written more than 50 books. He also runs a website Today Twigs.

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