Amit Shah's assembly to know the standing of lockdown, cellphone name to Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi: In view of the unfold of Corona virus within the nation, Union Home Minister Amit Shah held a evaluation assembly. During this assembly, the Ministry of Home Affairs gave him details about the steps taken to this point. Amit Shah reviewed the state of the nation through the lockdown on Saturday. During this time, he took inventory of the availability of important commodities. According to officers, Shah was informed within the assembly what steps the Home Ministry has taken to assist the trapped laborers in several elements of the nation. Arvind Kejriwal's huge announcement, now Delhi authorities will give compensation of 1 crore on the dying of policemen and lecturers

Amit Shah additionally reviewed the functioning of the management room set as much as monitor the corona virus epidemic and to coordinate with the states and union territories. <! –

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                 A Home Ministry spokesman stated, "The Home Minister reviewed the functioning of the control room of the Ministry during a meeting with the officials and reviewed the situation of Kovid-19 in various states." Covid in Delhi in final three days -19 Cases have lowered marginally: Arvind Kejriwal

He stated, "The control room is working round the clock and coordinating with the states as well as various ministries of the central government." Shah was accompanied by Minister of State for Home within the assembly. Krishna Reddy and Nityananda Rai, Union Home Secretary Ajay Bhalla and different senior officers have been concerned. Government took this step concerning FDI, Rahul Gandhi said- Thank you for taking cognizance of my level

Apart from this, Shah spoke to Jammu and Kashmir Director General of Police Dilbag Singh over the cellphone and praised him for strict adherence to the lockdown and for the distinguished service of all personnel of Jammu and Kashmir Police.

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