Thursday, June 24, 2021

PM Modi to chair high-level meetings to review prevailing COVID-19 situation; To also interact with CMs of high burden states

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will chair high-level meetings today to review the prevailing COVID-19 situation. Due to this, he has cancelled his visit to West Bengal.

In the morning, the Prime Minister will review the Covid-19 related situation in an internal meeting. He is also scheduled to interact with Chief Ministers of high burden states on the Covid-19 situation. In the afternoon, the Prime Minister will hold a meeting with leading oxygen manufacturers in the country through Video Conferencing.

In the evening, Mr Modi will address the voters of Birbhum, Kolkata, Malda and

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