Chidambaram’s remarks got here after the Prime Minister held a gathering with the Chief Ministers of various states by means of video conferencing for the third time inside a month.
Former Finance Minister P Chidambaram. (Getty Image)
New Delhi: Senior Congress chief and former Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Saturday welcomed Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s motto of “Jaan Bhi, Jahaan Bhi” and stated that he was wanting ahead to the federal government taking some daring measures to place money within the palms of the poor and weak sections of the society.
“I welcome the Prime Minister’s announcement that both lives and livelihood are important. I look forward to the government taking bold measures to put cash in the hands of the poor and the vulnerable. That will save livelihoods,” he stated in a tweet.
I welcome the PM’s announcement that each LIVES and LIVELIHOOD are essential.
I look ahead to the federal government taking daring measures to place money within the palms of the poor and the weak. That will save livelihoods.
— P. Chidambaram (@PChidambaram_IN) April 11, 2020
Chidambaram’s remarks got here after the Prime Minister held a gathering with the Chief Ministers of various states by means of video conferencing for the third time inside a month to chalk out the exit plan for the lockdown and stated there appears to be a consensus among the many states to increase the lockdown by one other two weeks.
The CMs in the course of the assembly additionally demanded for monetary help.
The 21-day nationwide lockdown is coming to an finish on April 14, however it’s more likely to be prolonged given the rising variety of Covid-19 instances within the nation.
Talking concerning the exit plan from the lockdown, the Prime Minister stated, “There seems to be a consensus among the states to extend the lockdown by another two weeks.”
He underlined that the motto of the federal government earlier was “Jaan Hai To Jahaan Hai”, which has now modified to “Jaan Bhi, Jahaan Bhi”.
On Saturday, the full variety of Covid-19 instances in India rose to 7,447 with 239 deaths throughout the nation.