Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu wrote in a tweet that the lockdown could end on April 15. But shortly after, he also deleted this tweet. After which there is a lot of speculation.
Big news came on Thursday about 21 days of lockdown implemented in the country due to the threat of corona virus. Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu claimed that the lockdown should end on April 15 after discussing video conferencing with Prime Minister Narendra Modi Can. But he removed it shortly after tweeting and later presented a clarification.
Sharing a video of the meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Pema Khandu wrote, ‘The lockdown will be completed on April 15, but that will not mean that people will be free to roam the streets. Everyone has to take responsibility to reduce the effect of corona virus. Lockdown and social distancing are the only ways to fight it ‘.
This justification was given later
After deleting this tweet, Pema Khandu made another tweet, in which the rebuttal was written. In the new tweet, Pema Khandu wrote, ‘The last tweet regarding the time of lockdown was done by an officer who has a limited understanding of Hindi. Hence the tweet was deleted.
Discussion on lockdown and corona virus
Let us tell you that on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the Chief Ministers of all the states of the country over video conferencing. During this time, the crisis of corona virus, lockdown and the current situation was talked about. This is the second time PM Modi has spoken to the Chief Ministers on the issue of Corona virus.
During the talks with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, many states counted their problems. In this, many Chief Ministers appealed to give the dues of the states, while some asked the date of the end of the lockdown.
Let me tell you that before this, there were speculations about the lockdown that it could extend beyond 21 days, after which the government had introduced a clarification that no such decision has been taken yet.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the nation announced a 21-day lockdown on 24 March, which will continue till 14 April. During this time people are not allowed to move out of the house, everything will be closed. However, shops of essential goods will remain open.