Corona didn't come on foot, she came by plane: Hemant Soren attacked the center

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BanglaHunt Desk: Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren has targeted the central government with a lockdown. The Center did not warn or discuss the states before the lockdown. And the problem of the common people is that the poor and the workers are suffering more. The lockdown has been extended this month since last month. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has again announced a lockdown till March 16 to keep the service normal and under control. But the number of victims is also increasing by leaps and bounds. At present, the number of corona cases is about thirty seven thousand. And as time goes on, the lock down is increasing. All states have been extended lock down. Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the big decision after meeting Home Minister Amit Shah, Railway Minister Piyush Goel, CDS General Bipin Rawat and Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman. The number of corona infections worldwide now exceeds 34.6 million.

Workers should be given a health check-up

Workers are being tested at three levels before coming home. Workers are also being tested from where they are coming from. Their corona is also being tested. Only then are they allowed to go home.

The financial situation is broken, workers should be given financial help

He said the center should give special benefits to the workers in this situation. So that they at least survive after eating. Even the state's poorest indigenous, backward and minority majority communities need financial assistance.

Hemant Soren expressed his anger in the interview

Hemant Soren said, “We should try to manage these by providing improved economic packages to small and medium enterprises because without it, the economic situation cannot improve and employment cannot be created. Corona did not walk, Corona flew.” Prime Minister Narendra Modi has so far spoken to various Chief Ministers of the country. The center should keep the interests of the state in mind. ” He added that if the central government had properly assessed the situation, better steps could have been taken to prevent its spread.

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