CM Kejriwal asks for 1000 extra beds in meeting with PM Modi

Nov 24 2020 01:51 PM
CM Kejriwal asks for 1000 extra beds in meeting with PM Modi

New Delhi: PM Modi is talking today through video conference with the Chief Ministers of the states affected by Corona. CMs of a total of eight states were present in this meeting, including the CMs of Delhi, Gujarat, Bengal and Maharashtra. PM is stating the information on corona cases, the methods being adopted for rescue and the support of the Center.

At the meeting, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal demanded additional beds, while Home Minister Amit Shah asked the states to be vigilant. PM Modi will also discuss the distribution of Corona vaccine today. In a meeting with the PM Modi of the states, CM Kejriwal has demanded from the PM Modi to take some steps to see the pollution caused by the stubble burning in the states adjoining Delhi. He has demanded an additional 1000 ICU beds in central government hospitals till the end of the third wave.

The meeting of PM Modi and the Chief Ministers of the states started with the address of Union Home Minister Amit Shah. Shah said that cases have increased again in Europe and America, so we have to be careful. He asked the states to insist on physical distance and mandatory mask. After Amit Shah, the Health Secretary, giving information about the coming days, said that Delhi, Kerala, Maharashtra and Rajasthan will have to take special precautions.

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