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PM Modi’s address to nation, his sixth since Covid-19 pandemic began, at 4 pm today

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation on Tuesday night. The address will start at 4 pm, a tweet from the Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) stated on Monday.

PM Modi’s address comes amid stress with China over a stand-off within the Ladakh sector the place 20 Indian troopers have been killed on June 15. India has elevated patrolling and deployd troops since the stand-off the place India and Chinese troopers got here to blows.

The prime minister has greater than as soon as reiterated that no Indian territory is below enemy’s management and that there aren’t any Chinese outposts on Indian land in Ladakh. PM Modi had held an all-party assembly too on the difficulty the place he paid tribute to the bravehearts who have been killed within the line of obligation, praised the unity proven by the varied political events and guaranteed that Chinese haven’t entered Indian territory.

The Congress, nonetheless, criticised PM Modi’s assertion and has since been demanding proof from the federal government on whether or not the Chinese have captured elements of Indian territory.

PM Modi had talked concerning the subject in his month-to-month radio address Mann ki Baat the place he stated that Indian troopers had given a befitting reply to those that coveted Indian territory.

This could be the prime minister’s sixth address to the nation since the outbreak of the pandemic.

Modi had final addressed the nation on May 12 when he had introduced a Rs 20 lakh crore monetary bundle to enhance the economic system recovering from coronavirus-induced lockdown.

In his March 19 address, the prime minister introduced a “janta curfew” on March 22. On March 24, he introduced a 21-day nationwide lockdown. On April 14, he prolonged the lockdown interval until May 3. On April 3, in a video message, PM Modi requested the nation to gentle lamps for frontline corona warriors on April 5.

The lockdown was additional prolonged until May 17 by the Home Ministry.

Now, the nation is within the section one in all ‘unlock’ and the month-long section 2 begins on July 1.

On Monday night, the federal government banned 59 Chinese apps below nationwide safety concerns.

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