Congress leader in the Lok Sabha, Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, on Friday accused the central government of adopting a “casual and unprofessional” strategy to get out of the lockdown and said that it has only led to an increase in cases of corona virus infection across the country. Chowdhury asked Prime Minister Narendra Modi to come from “imaginary to real India” to feel the crisis.
His statement has come after the Corona virus cases crossed three lakh in the country. Chowdhury tweeted, “Like imposition of lock down, exiting strategy was also taken in an abrupt and unprofessional manner, fraught with danger, thus resulting into the alarming spike of Corona infection in the country, heading towards catching the 1st rank in the world. Narendra Modi Ji should come down from virtual to actual India.”
1 Lakh New Cases in Last 10 Days
For the first time in India, more than 10,000 new cases of infection have been reported since the outbreak of the corona virus epidemic, with the figure of infected people crossing the country crossing three lakh. In view of one lakh cases coming up within the last ten days, the government stressed the need to adopt strict measures to prevent the epidemic.
PM Modi to Hold Meeting With CMs
At the same time, the Center on Friday asked the states to pay special attention to the emerging centers of Covid-19 (new places with extreme cases) and to take strict steps to prevent corona virus infection. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will again hold discussions with the Chief Ministers of the states next week amid the gradual withdrawal of the country from the applicable lockdown in view of the Corona virus.
This meeting is going to take place at a time when cases of corona virus infection are increasing in the country. During the ‘Unlock-1’ between Covid-19, a number of discounts have been given to the common people and businessmen to speed up the economic activities affected by the lockdown. Sources said that the Prime Minister will communicate with the Chief Ministers on 16 and 17 June through video conference.