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Control room set up in Parliament to coordinate efforts of MPs/MLAs in fight against corona
Control room set up in Parliament to coordinate efforts of MPs/MLAs in fight against corona

PM Modi has implemented lockdown till 3 May. So that the corona can be controlled somehow. A special control room has been built in the Parliament House to organize the efforts of MPs and MLAs in fighting the Corona epidemic. The objective of this control room is to help in establishing quick contact between MPs, MLAs and general public to counter covid-19.

On this step, the Lok Sabha Secretariat issued a statement saying that the control room has been opened as per the consent of Speaker Om Birla with the presiding officers of the state legislatures in the video conference meeting held in the past. During this meeting, the role of MPs and MLAs was said to be important to provide relief to the general public during the epidemic. In this sequence, the need for a control room for real-time exchange of information between Parliament and State Legislatures was stated.

For your information, let us tell you that an old age home being run in South Africa to help the elderly has been mired in controversies due to ignoring the rules of lockdown. Amitabh Bachchan, the great hero of the century, helps to raise funds from all over the world for this old age home running for the elderly of Indian origin. The name of this old age home is Aryan Benevolent Home (ABH) and it was started hundred years ago. ABH Chief Executive Officer Puttudin and construction contractor Roshan Laxman have been arrested by the police for not having the necessary permission to construct the covid-19 isolation ward in the Chatsworth home of the elderly.

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