Money raised for IIFA will be spent in battle with Corona, CM Shivraj announced

Bhopal: Politics has started heating up once again with respect to IIFA Awards ceremony in Madhya Pradesh. Now the CM of the state Shivraj Singh Chauhan has described it as a pageant, and it is justified. Before the state government decided on Friday, the amount raised for this event has been put in the Chief Minister's Relief Fund for the fight against Corona.

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In a tweet from the official Twitter handle of Shivraj Singh Chauhan office, it is written that 'Chief Minister Shri @ChouhanShivraj directed that those who show signs of # COVID19 should get the test done immediately. Completely seal the hotspots identified in the infected districts and supply of essential commodities, milk, medicines etc. should be made through the district administration.

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There was a response from CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan after the amount collected for the IIFA ceremony was put into the Chief Minister's Relief Fund. He said that IIFA was already a spectacle, what was the need of it. He said that 'First news came that it would cost 40 crores. Some people were paying for IIFA, I clearly say that they should give money to deal with the crisis of Corona. Whatever money they will give, we will spend it fighting Corona. '

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