New Delhi The Congress mentioned on Tuesday that the complete nation would deal with the lockdown introduced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and each citizen ought to help it. But the celebration additionally underscored the challenges that they’d face throughout the three-week bandh earlier than the poor, each day wage earners, farmers and marginalized sections of society.
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After the announcement of a 21-day nationwide bandh by Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressing the nation, in a sequence of tweets, Congress chief and former finance minister P Chidambaram mentioned that the fitting factor is that each one residents ought to help this choice, regardless of what number of issues come up. <! –
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However, Chidambaram mentioned that he listened rigorously to the Prime Minister and his emotions have been crammed with reduction, despair, fear and concern and so forth. He mentioned, "I was confident that the Prime Minister would understand the urgent need to declare financial packages and put cash in the pockets of the poor, daily wage earners, agricultural laborers and self-employed etc."
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Congress's chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala demanded the federal government to right away deposit Rs 7,500 within the account of each poor, marginalized and pensioners in order that they may make a residing throughout the bandh. Surjewala mentioned in a number of tweets that the previous Chairman Rahul Gandhi had recommended the Minimum Income Guarantee Scheme and that is the necessity of the hour and the Center ought to implement it instantly.
He mentioned, "The country will fight against the Corona virus and will also defeat it, but your advice has disappointed us." The disaster is a check of management however your authorities is just not prepared for it. "The Congress questioned the Prime Minister in regards to the alleged lack of non-public protecting tools for medical personnel treating corona virus sufferers.