Chidambaram slams Modi government, says
Chidambaram slams Modi government, says "It's an unplanned lockdown"

Thiruvananthapuram: The coronavirus crisis is continuously increasing in the country. By Tuesday afternoon, about 1400 cases have been registered and the crisis is increasing. Meanwhile, due to 21 days lockdown, common people are having problems and the poor are the worst affected. Former Union Minister and Congress leader P. Chidambaram have attacked the Tamil Nadu and Modi government on this issue.

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The Congress leader has said that the central government implemented the lockdown without any preparation. Chidambaram tweeted on his official Twitter handle on Tuesday, writing that, 'A direct ground report from Thiruvar district in Tamil Nadu says that there are some villages in each panchayat. But the assistance given by the central or state government has not reached any village.

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P. Chidambaram further wrote that if a state like Tamil Nadu, which claims to be organized, is still not getting the money, then what will happen to other states. He alleged that the Modi government at the centre announced the lockdown without any preparation. Worse, the situation is being handled incorrectly after lockdown.

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