Lockdown 4.0: PM Modi’s address to the nation, lockdown will continue after May 17 with new rules

Lockdown 4.0: PM Modi's address to the nation, lockdown will continue after May 17 with new rules
PM Modi said that the lockout will continue even after 17 May. Detailed information in this regard will be given on 18 May.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the nation today has indicated the fourth phase of the lockdown. He said that rules will be changed in the fourth phase. Suggestions have also been sought from states for this. The Prime Minister said that before May 18, the country will be informed of the new rules. PM Modi said that information of the fourth phase lockdown will be shared before May 18, along with that he said that these lockdowns will be reshaped Gona can be understood that the lockdown 3.0 implemented in the country expires on May 17. Modi said that Lockdown 4.0 will be a new form, with new rules. Information related to the suggestions we are getting from the states will be given to you before 18 May.

PM Modi has announced an economic package of Rs 20 lakh crore to deal with the COVID-19, which is 10 percent of India’s GDP. This amount is a combination of past and present packages.

The PM said that detailed information about this package will be given later. He said that this economic package is for that laborer of the country, for that farmer of the country, who is working day and night for the countrymen in every season, every season. This economic package is for the middle class of our country, which pays taxes honestly, contributes to the development of the country.

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PM Modi said that we have to avoid coronavirus and move forward. He said that such a big disaster has brought a message and an opportunity for India. He said that I want to say with an example that when the coronavirus crisis started, not a single PPE kit was made in India nor was the N95 mask produced. But today the situation is that every day 2 lakh PPE and 2 lakh N-95 masks are being made in India. We can do this because we have turned disaster into an opportunity.

Don’t get tired, don’t give up, don’t break: PM

In his address, the PM said that this crisis is unprecedented, but it is not acceptable for humans to become tired, lost, broken, broken. Following all the rules of this kind of war, we have to be vigilant and move forward. The Prime Minister expressed grief over the deaths of COVID-19 patients in the country and the world and expressed condolences to the families of the victims.

PM’s address to the fourth nation:

Let us know that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has addressed the country for the fourth time in the last two months. Amid the Coronavirus crisis, PM Modi first addressed the country on 18 March. In that address, he appealed to the people not to leave the house after ‘Janata curfew’ from 9 am to 9 pm on 22 March. Then, in a second address on 24 March, PM Modi announced a 21-day nationwide bandh. The PM addressed the countrymen for the third time on 14 April in which he had announced the extension of the lockdown to 3 May. However, the government later extended the period from 3 May to 17 May, and India imposed a lockout in the third phase. During Tuesday’s ‘Address to the Nation’, PM Modi also announced the fourth phase of the lockdown.


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