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The lockdown will continue in India till 3 May.

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The lockdown period has been extended to win the battle against Corona. Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the country on Tuesday said that the lockdown will continue till May 3 across the country to defeat Corona. He said that if we keep patience, follow the rules, we will be able to defeat the epidemic like Corona.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that everyone suggests that the lockdown be increased. Many states have already decided to increase the lockdown. Keeping all the suggestions in mind, it has been decided that the lockdown in India will now have to be increased by 3 May. That is, till May 3, all of us, every countryman will have to remain in lockdown.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that in the next one week, the fight against Corona will be increased more harshly. By 20 April, every town, every police station, every district, every state will be tested, how much lockdown is being followed, how much that area has saved itself from Corona, it will be seen. From April 20, some important activities can be allowed there.

Giving a warning, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that if the rules of lockdown are broken and Corona falls in our area, then all permission will be withdrawn. Therefore, neither have to be negligent nor let others be negligent. Those who earn daily, meet their needs with daily income, they are my family. One of my top priorities is to reduce the difficulty in their lives.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that to help prevent the spread of corona infection, definitely download the Arogya Setu mobile app. Take care of as many poor families as possible, fulfill their food needs. Be compassionate to the people who work with you in your business, your industry. Corona warriors of the country, our doctors – nurses, scavengers, and policemen should all respect them.

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