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War against Corona: Salaries cut in country, PM and President not allowed

War against Corona: Salaries cut in country, PM and President not allowed

War against Corona: Salaries cut in country, PM and President not allowed

War against Corona: Salaries cut in country, PM and President not allowed


 Coronavirus In India LIVE Updates: PM Modi chaired a meeting of Council of Ministers on Monday, amid the Coronavirus crisis in the country. Earlier in the day, he addressed BJP karyakartas on the occasion of BJP Foundation day and made five appeals to them to support the country's fight against Coronavirus.

 He asked them to ensure food for the poor, follow social distancing, encourage use and distribution of masks, support to PM CARES Fund and to install Aarogya Setu app, among others. PM Modi With countrywide confirmed Covid-19 cases breaching 4000-mark and death toll surging beyond 100 on Monday, India nears the end of the second week of the lockdown, imposed nationwide for three weeks to fight the Covid-19 crisis.

Meanwhile, anchors and reporters working in news channels are being specifically targeted through social media platforms like WhatsApp, TikTok and Twitter, the News Broadcasters Association said in a statement condemning the act.

 CM Arvind Kejriwal has announced that from tomorrow, ration will be distributed at 421 govt schools to the poor who don't have ration card in Delhi. Each person will get 4 kg wheat &one kg rice.

Kejriwal said that the Delhi government aims to give ration to 10 lakh such people and will take more food grains from the Centre if need arises.

 Arvind Kejriwal briefs on Coronavirus situation in Delhi-

Coronavirus cases reach 523 in Delhi, with 20 fresh cases being reported in the last 24 hours including 10 attendees of Tablighi Jamaat event in Nizamuddin. One person died of COVID-19 in the last 24 hours, total deaths stand at 7. 25 patients are on ventilators.

Out of the total number of cases, 330 people are linked to Tablighi Jamaat in Delhi. Around 1000 samples of are being tested for COVID-19 daily.

Till now, there are 90 COVID-19 cases in Haryana; Out of the 90 cases, 29 persons have recovered, 1 death: Haryana CM ML Khattar

 If a coronavirus positive person spits on any person, then, he/she will be charged with attempt to murder. If the person who has been spat upon dies, the coronavirus positive person will be charged with murder: Himachal Pradesh DGP SR Mardi


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