'Beyond the lockdown, what was "new" in Prime Minister Narendra Modi's fourth tackle to the nation? This query was requested by former Home Minister and senior Congress chief P Chidambaram in a tweet a couple of minutes after the conclusion of the Prime Minister's speech on Tuesday.
Former Union Minister P Chidambaram tweeted, 'The poor are left to make their very own preparations for 21 + 19 = 40 days. There is cash, there’s meals, however the authorities is not going to give it. Cry, my pricey nation. ' In one other tweet, Chidambaram mentioned, 'There was no response to the demand of Chief Ministers for funds. Not a single rupee was added to the March 25 'skimp' package deal. <! –
Chidambaram mentioned that it’s clear that the livelihood of the poor shouldn’t be within the authorities's priorities.
He mentioned that ideas starting from Raghuram Rajan to Jean Dreze, Prabhat Patnaik, Abhijeet Banerjee weren’t considered. However, Chidambaram supported the central authorities's resolution to pursue the lockdown.
Nationwide lockdown prolonged to May 3
Earlier, Prime Minister Modi in his fourth tackle to the nation on the corona virus epidemic prolonged the nationwide lockdown until 3 May, as India remains to be preventing the unfold of Kovid-19.
On Wednesday, the federal government will launch an in depth information line about this
Keeping strict in opposition to the corona virus is not going to enable hotspots (areas most affected by the korana virus) to be constructed of their cities / areas, the place obligatory actions will likely be allowed from April 20. He mentioned that on Wednesday i.e. Wednesday, the federal government will concern an in depth information line on this regard. He clarified that the restricted exemption on 20 April was considered maintaining the poor in thoughts. However, following a large-scale exodus of employees from the primary announcement of the lockdown final month, some opposition events are demanding that no package deal was introduced for day by day wage employees, development employees and farmers.