PM holds talks with former Presidents, ex-PMs, celebration heads

NEW DELHI: Hours sooner than folks across the nation came to their doorstep and balcony for the ‘light-a-diya’ tournament as a recount of their resolve to unitedly fight the coronavirus, PM Narendra Modi on Sunday reached out to prominent politicians, together with former Presidents, PMs and heads of some parties, to talk regarding the contemporary order coming up out of the pandemic.

Modi called former Presidents Pranab Mukherjee and Pratibha Patil to focus on Covid-19 related components. He in most cases is called two former PMs Manmohan Singh and H D Deve Gowda to talk regarding the order within the nation.

Moreover, the PM called up Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, SP patriarch Mulayam Singh Yadav and its national president Akhilesh Yadav, TMC chief and West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik, Telangana CM Okay Chandrashekhar Rao, DMK chief Stalin and Akali Dal leader Parkash Singh Badal.

Sources acknowledged Modi’s call to the high politicians and utter chief ministers used to be to focus on about modalities to restore well-liked existence within the nation once the 21-day lockdown duration is over.

In a most trendy interplay with the manager ministers by video conferencing, Modi had entreated them to take into memoir a staggered manner to restore well-liked existence after the lockdown ends.

As the 21-day lockdown duration, which started on March 25, is half way by, the authorities is taking into consideration programs to ease out restrictions in phases and Modi’s call to politicians used to be also to scrutinize tips on the actual approach to cross about it.

The PM will even absorb interplay with floor leaders of various political parties by technique of video call on Wednesday. He has already held interactions with sportspersons and journalists moreover two rounds of interplay with chief ministers.

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