Lockdown in the country extended to May 3


New Delhi: Lockdown extended to May 3. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced that the complete shutdown will continue for 19 more days. Addressing the nation, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the fight against Corona has so far been effective and bowing to the people who had to sacrifice the most.

Strict regulations will continue until April 20. Modi said next week would be crucial. Our war against Corona is well on its way. So far we have won the battle.

He was addressing the nation at 10 pm on Tuesday. Prime Minister has called for more restrictions on hotspots, but after the 20th of this month, the situation will be revised and concessions will be given.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that any concessions granted during lockdown for certain areas will be subject to conditions. Exemptions will be withdrawn if conditions are violated.

Viruses should be prevented at all levels. This is why hotspots need to be monitored with extreme caution and strict measures are taken to prevent the spread of coronavirus. With the new hotspots coming, our efforts will be hampered.

The Prime Minister, addressing the nation, announced the closure of the 21-day shutdown period announced by the Prime Minister on 24 March.