Congress raised question on Lockdown 3.0
New Delhi: Congress raised question on Lockdown 3.0 . Lockdown continues across the country due to the coronavirus. Before the end of the second phase lockdown, which ends on May 3, the central government yesterday extended its deadline for another 14 days, so that the third phase lockdown in the country will continue until May 17. However, the Congress has targeted Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the third phase of the lockdown.
Randeep Singh Surjewala, head of the Congress communications department, told a news conference on Saturday. He said Modi had called on the people of the country to join hands in the ongoing fight against Karona by clapping, plating and ringing bells. However, Modi and none of his ministers appeared before the third phase of the lockdown until Friday, May 14. “It is clear that the government has no plans against Corona,” he said.
If Modi himself had announced the third phase of the lockdown, he could have come forward. He could have told everyone in advance what his next plan was, but it didn’t happen. This means that the government has no plans against Karona. The third lockdown was only enforced by a government order. Nothing is clear in this order. The Congress alleges that such actions by the government have created an uncomfortable situation in the eyes of the people of the country.