Thackeray made this suggestion in an online meeting called by the Prime Minister on Friday to review the current situation of Kovid-19.
Third Wave Update: Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (Uddhav Thackeray) Prime Minister Modi to prevent the gathering of people in large numbers at any one place for social, political and religious purposes. (PM Narendra Modi) has been requested to formulate a national policy. Thackeray made this suggestion in an online meeting called by the Prime Minister on Friday to review the current situation of Kovid-19. The Chief Ministers of many states also attended this meeting.Also Read – Partisan coverage of western media during the Corona era, an attempt to tarnish the image of India
Chief Minister Thackeray said, ‘Though the government is battling the Kovid-19 epidemic, but the gathering of crowds in public places remains a big challenge. The central government should formulate a national policy to prevent large number of people from gathering in social, political and religious programs. Also Read – PM Modi interacted with Chief Ministers from 6 states on the latest situation of Corona in view of the third wave
According to a statement issued by the Chief Minister’s Office of Maharashtra, Uddhav apprised the Prime Minister of the steps being taken in Maharashtra to deal with the second wave of the epidemic and said that the state government is preparing a plan to counter the possible third wave. is. Also Read – Mumbai Local Train Updates: Due to heavy rains in many places in Mumbai, the movement of local trains affected
At the same time, expressing serious concern over the increasing cases of corona virus infection in states like Maharashtra and Kerala, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday warned that a similar ‘trend’ was seen in the beginning of the second wave in the months of January and February this year. In his address after a dialogue with the Chief Ministers of six states on the latest situation in Corona, the Prime Minister said that if the situation does not improve, it can be ‘difficult’. He asked the states to take proactive steps to prevent the possibility of a third wave.
Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin, Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy, Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa, Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray and Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan attended the meeting through video conference.
The Prime Minister said that out of the states where new cases have come last week, about 80 percent of the cases are from these six states and 84 percent of the tragic deaths have also happened in these states. He said that the country is standing at such an juncture today where the possibility of a third wave is being expressed continuously.