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India To Go Into Complete Lockdown For 21 Days Effective Today Midnight: All Key Points From PM Modi’s Speech


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India To Go Into Complete Lockdown For 21 Days Effective Today Midnight: All Key Points From PM Modi’s Speech

Prime Minister Narendra Modi while addressing the nation said that effective today midnight the whole country will go into lockdown and citizens are hereby prohibited from leaving their homes.

Prime Minister Modi added that this lockdown is a form of a curfew which is necessary for stopping the spread of coronavirus. He thus requested all Indian citizens to stay put wherever they are. This lockdown would remain active till 21 days.

Prime Minister Modi said that these steps are essential to ensure that the country remains protected from the pandemic. He added that it is well established that coronavirus patients remain asymptomatic for several days and pointed out the exponential nature of its spread.

While acknowledging that this lockdown will result in a huge economic impact on the country but stressed that the lives and welfare of Indian citizens are paramount.


He informed that the central government has released Rs 15,000 crore to procure essential medical equipment like ventilators. The training of medical and paramedical personnel will also be expedited.

Prime Minister Modi also urged everyone not to fall prey to rumours and refrain from popping pills unless instructed by a doctor.

He concluded the speech by urging everyone to take care of themselves, their loved ones and follow all the laid out laws.



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West Bengal Man Beaten to Death For Stepping Out to Buy Milk During Lockdown
Police use lathicharge to disperse crowd

Not knowing where to draw a balance amid this lockdown period, a 32-year-old man in West Bengal’s Howrah district was beaten to death by police officials as he stepped out on the streets to buy milk.

The man, identified as Lal Swami, had left his residence to visit the grocery store to buy milk. Unfortunately, he faced brutal police lathicharge when the personnel were vigorously clearing the streets, shuttering down shops and forcing people to go home.

He was rushed to the local hospital nearby but was declared brought dead. While the police claimed he died of a cardiac arrest due to existing heart ailments, the man’s wife alleged that he died of beatings.

Several instances of clashes between the police and individuals on the streets were reported amid a chaotic lockdown imposed across the nation. Reports surfaced that even grocery stores and daily produce shops were being shut in the state and personnel engaged in home delivery of essentials were being stopped by police officials.

Subsequently, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee clarified with a warning to state government officials that action would be taken against them if they stop essential services during the ongoing lockdown.

“I have instructed all police stations to permit home delivery of essential commodities. Vegetable vendors cannot be stopped. If the government order is not obeyed, action will be taken against administrative officials,” she said.


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