Canindia News

Amit Shah holds meet on COVID-19, reviews supply of daily needs

New Delhi, March 28 (IANS) Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday evening met key officials and discussed with them the situation across the country following the 21-day shutdown.

The meeting was attended by officials of different departments working in the control room of the Ministry of Home Affairs, apart from his two deputies, Nityanand Rai and Kishan Reddy.

“As per the instructions of the Prime Minister, (there was a) review of circumstances of COVID-19 and (attempts being made) to reach out to the people in terms of their daily needs,” Shah tweeted.

Reports have been pouring in about citizens, particularly from the marginalised sections of society, facing difficulties due to unavailability of rations. Migrant workers too are walking back to their villages, drawing attention of various political parties.

The meeting was to fine-tune the supply of essentials and ensure hardships aren’t faced by anyone due to the shutdown which was imposed to contain the spread of coronavirus, sources said.




Kapil Dev: India cricket legend stable after heart surgery


Indian composer Atif Afzal set to make music for BBC project


Eros Now issues apology for Navratri posters as #BoycottErosNow trends on Twitter


Punjab to resume normal OPD services from Oct 19

Crops on 67,864 hectares of land damaged due to rains in Andhra

India’s merchandise exports rise by 6% in September

Aamir Khan on Akshay Kumar’s Laxmmi Bomb: Wish it was releasing in theatres

JLR India hopeful of festive cheer, goes for product offensive (IANS Special)

Punjab CM asks village heads to counter Covid propaganda

Leave a Comment

This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish. Accept Read More


Stay up to date with the latest news and exclusive offers directly in your inbox