In view of Coronavirus, a lockdown has been imposed in the country for 21 days. It will continue till April 14. In such a situation, questions are arising as to whether the lockdown will continue after 14. Now a reaction has come from the government about this. In the press conference after the cabinet meeting, when Union Minister Prakash Javedkar (Prakash Javedkar) was asked questions in this regard, he responded to this. Prakash Javadekar said that we are monitoring the state of the world every minute. The decision will be taken in the national interest. A decision will be taken at this time and information will be given to you. He told that several groups of officers are assessing the situation. Please tell that many decisions were taken in the cabinet meeting, whose information was given by Prakash Javadekar.
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It was also decided in the meeting that in view of the ongoing Corona crisis in the country, the President, Prime Minister and all MPs will cut their salary by 30% for one year. Apart from this, the MP fund has also been postponed for 2 years. Prakash Javadekar said that the money of MP fund will also be used in the fight against Corona. Javadekar told me that this decision will be applicable from 1 April 2020.
Please tell that Coronavirus is not taking the name of the havoc in the country. The number of patients is constantly increasing. According to the data released on Monday by the Ministry of Health, the number of patients has crossed the figure of four thousand. So far 109 people have died due to coronavirus in India and 4067 have become victims of its infection. At the same time, the number of patients recovering is 232. Talking about the last 24 hours, 32 people have died during this period and 693 new cases have been reported. In view of the increasing case of coronavirus, the lockdown continues for 21 days in the country, which will last till April 14.