Bihar CM Nitish Kumar requested the Prime Minister to extend the lockdown until May 31, the explanation for this

by Jeremy Spirogis
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New Delhi: In a gathering with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has demanded to extend the lockdown until 31 May. He additionally urged PM Modi to chorus from operating passenger trains. In this dialog by video conferencing, Nitish Kumar advised the PM that this might assist in dealing with individuals coming to Bihar. Along with this, he has suggested that at current, the operation of trains ought to be stopped.

CM Nitish Kumar mentioned to PM Modi that since May 4, one lakh individuals have come within the state to this point. Random testing of 19 thousand individuals has been accomplished. Nitish Kumar mentioned that we have to enhance testing services. <! –

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                 He mentioned, "We are preparing ourselves at the panchayat level for all kinds of situations. We also seek help from the central government in the Corona investigation. "

Let me let you know that Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday discussed with the Chief Ministers of varied states about measures to take care of the Corona disaster, velocity up financial actions and steadily take away the lockdown and confused that the best way ahead and the entrance A balanced technique needs to be ready and carried out for the upcoming challenges.

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