The nationwide lockdown was Modi's masterstroke to stop Corona, the survey says


BanglaHunt Desk: Opponents have already begun to work out how many master strokes Narendra Modi had to lockdown to prevent the spread of corona infection. According to them, the lockdown is not completely successful. The countrymen have suffered the consequences of the short-sighted thinking of the Center. But the survey is in favor of the Modi government. A recent survey shows that the decision to lockdown in India has been very fruitful for the country.

According to the survey, when Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the lockdown, the number of corona attacks in the country was close to 500. As of March 24, corona infections were on the rise at 21.6 percent. But then due to the lockdown, the current growth rate is 8.1 percent at the moment. Had it not been for the lockdown, the number of coronavirus cases in India at the moment would have exceeded two lakh.

Although this increase is much higher than other coronavirus infected countries. However, in a poor third world country like India, it is commendable that the transition graph has come down in this way.

Although the whole country's economy is stagnant at the moment due to the lockdown. Billions of people in a jobless country. The Modi government has come forward to save the poor people from the economic crisis. Under the Prime Minister's Poor Welfare Scheme, the central government has sent a total of Tk 26,256 crore to the accounts of 31.7 crore people across the country.

According to the finance ministry, the central government has announced a relief package of Rs 1.7 lakh crore. The poor, widows, especially the able-bodied, will transfer some money to the farmers' accounts for the next three months.

An official in the office of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said in a tweet on Monday that digital infrastructure has made it easier to get money to people quickly and easily.

The government has already transferred Tk 500 to the Jandhan account of 19.7 crore women A total of Tk 9,930 crore has been spent in this sector According to Nashap, Rs 1,400 crore has been transferred to the accounts of 2.72 crore people.

The government has transferred Rs 1,000 to the accounts of senior citizens, widows and specially able people. Besides, Tk 13,655 crore has been given to the farmers of the country under the Prime Minister's Kisan Samman Nidhi. The farmers each got Rs 2,000.