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Nation to enter Unlock 2.0, PM Modi calls for ‘Social Distancing’, ‘Masks’ : Administrative drive started across Tripura against guideline violators
TIWN June 30, 2020
Nation to enter Unlock 2.0, PM Modi calls for ‘Social Distancing’, ‘Masks’ : Administrative drive started across Tripura against guideline violators
PHOTO : Administrative drive in Agartala. TIWN Pic June 30, 2020

AGARTALA, June 30 (TIWN): Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Tuesday began to address the nation at 4 pm. PM Modi's address comes just a day before as India gears up to enter Unlock 2.0 as coronavirus crisis deepens in the country. With this hear in Tripura SDMs and local administrations have started drives across the state to ensure people are maintaining social distancing and wearing masks. On Tuesday, in Narshingarh, Usha Bazar, SDM Sadar personally visited and expressed resentment against law violators. Talking to media, SDM Ashim Saha has said that although Govt has made masks mandatory, but many people are still violating laws and thus, the District-level drive against No-Mask-Wearing was taken.Officials visited various parts of the city, market areas and those who found without masks were punished with 100 rupees fines.Masks were also given to the unmasked people, making them aware to wear masks.

Masks were made mandatory for Tripura along with the whole country due to Coronavirus outbreak. 

Today, addressing the nation PM Modi said that it is a season now for fever and cold. In such a situation, he urged all to take care of themselves. Do not let your guard down, the pandemic is not yet over.

"During this fight against the pandemic we have provided free food. Scores of needy families across the country have been provided for," the Prime Minister said.

"During the rainy season, there is a lot of work in the agriculture sector. Moreover there are a lot of festivals coming up. The cost will go up, the PM said. PM Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana will remain in force till November. Crores will get free food,"PM Modi added.

In the past three months, the Centre had deposited Rs 31 crore directly into the jan dhan accounts of 20 crore poor families. Rs 18,000 crore has been deposited in the bank accounts of more than 9 crore farmers.

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