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The Union Minister pointed out that the government is not thinking about lockdown even if the corona increases

Is there a lockdown again after the election?

With the second wave of Kovid infection, another lockdown is likely. Lockdown also raises questions about the livelihood, industry, business and economy of the common man.

In the midst of this turmoil, there are indications from the top of the central government that the Modi government has no plans to shut down the country. Instead of a lockdown, the central government hopes to be able to fight the infection with better health infrastructure and Kovid vaccines than last year.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to meet state chief ministers on Sunday to discuss the situation, sources said. The Cabinet Secretary today visited the Chief Secretaries of 11 states. But top sources in the home ministry said lockdowns across the country were not being considered to avoid another setback for the economy.

“Everyone is worried about the Kovid infection,” Finance Ministry Finance Secretary Tarun Bajaj said. However, the health infrastructure is much better than before. Kovid’s vaccine also arrived. So I think the government will face the virus this time around without a lockdown.#

The home ministry and the health ministry have asked states to lock up at the local level if necessary. The reason for concern in the inner circle of the government is that the lockdowns in Delhi and Mumbai will affect the entire country. The overall message will be negative. Investors will back down if they are worried about when the economy will return to normal. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said he has no plans to impose a lockdown in the capital.

Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has said that the lockdown will be decided only if the state continues to be concerned. The Finance Secretary said that although restrictions have been imposed on the movement and movement of goods at the local level, there will be no major setbacks.

The Modi government’s concerns were heightened at the end of the financial year by news that the infrastructure sector had plummeted in February. The rate of this contraction is the highest in the last six months. However, in March, the government received record revenue from GST. The Finance Ministry claims that there was enough trade in the market in February. Although the infrastructure sector is worrying, Bajaj says the economy is improving in the long run. He claims that the danger can be overcome even if the second wave of Kovid comes.



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