Be committed to deal with Corona crisis: Prime Minister Modi
Bhopal: Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has called upon the Chief Ministers of all the states to be committed in dealing with the Corona crisis. In a video conference with the Chief Ministers, he assured victory over the Corona crisis and also gave creative suggestions.
Shri Modi said that the coming three-four weeks will be very important. We have to be prepared for both expected or challenging situations. He assured the states that he himself would stand with them in the war against Corona with full force. Shri Modi expressed confidence that India will definitely emerge as a winner in this terrible crisis. He urged the farmers, hard working labourers and other sections not to lose heart in any adverse situation and be patient. The Prime Minister assured that we must win under every circumstance.
Common man’s faith in the Prime Minister
Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan said in the video conference that we are fortunate to have Shri Narendra Modi as the Prime Minister in this hour of crisis. Shri Modi’s will power, foresight and faith in the common people is sure to help us over the crisis of Corona. Shri Chouhan said that on the call of the Prime Minister, the whole country is determined to fight the disaster of Corona.
The Chief Minister said that the common man has great faith in the Prime Minister. It is the support of the common people in this difficult time. He said that Shri Modi has left a mark of his personality not only in his country but in the whole world. The Chief Minister said that we are fortunate to have the opportunity to work with Shri Modi. Shri Chouhan said that people are seen working with a sense of social service getting inspiration from the Prime Minister even in a country that is facing disaster.
Chief Minister Shri Chouhan informed that capacity of testing kits is being increased in Madhya Pradesh. An amount of Rs 120 crores has been released under Social Security Scheme and National Health Mission. He said that there is no shortage of funds to fight Covid-19. The Chief Minister said that adequate funds have also been received in PM Care Fund and CM Relief Fund.