CoronaVirus: 21-day lockdown, 90-day plan ready

Bhopal. The number of people affected by the Corona virus causing havoc across the world has crossed 650. To avoid this, the Indian government has imposed a lockdown of 21 days. Meanwhile, the Modi government has announced a relief package. This relief package has been prepared for the next three months. In such a situation, questions are arising now that will the lockdown also proceed?

 In fact, on Thursday, the second day of the lockdown, Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman announced a relief package of Rs 1.70 lakh crore. This relief package is for the next three months. The Finance Minister announced free gas cylinders, funds in women's Jan Dhan accounts, financial assistance to farmers. One thing was common, it was '3 months'.

 In such a situation, questions have started to arise whether the Government of India has put a plan of 90 days after lockdown of 21 days and the government master plan is hidden in this plan itself. Can the lockdown time increase in the future

 21 days lockdown


 While addressing Manglawar, PM Modi had asked the countrymen for three weeks i.e. 21 days and the entire country has been locked down for 12 days from 12 pm on 24 March. That is, people will be imprisoned in their homes till next 14 April. But the way the finance minister announced the 90-day reliefs on Thursday, it has become clear that the Indian government is going ahead with the preparations and can also extend the lockdown period.

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