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Live Updates: PM Garib Yojna To Be Extended Upto November-End; 80 Cr People To Get Free Ration: PM Modi

This would be Prime Minister Narendra Modi's sixth address to the nation since the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic. Read all the latest updates here.

Live Updates: PM Garib Yojna To Be Extended Upto November-End; 80 Cr People To Get Free Ration: PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi | PTI File Photo
Live Updates: PM Garib Yojna To Be Extended Upto November-End; 80 Cr People To Get Free Ration: PM Modi
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2020-06-30T16:22:29+05:30

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has begun his address to the nation. His address comes against the backdrop of a bitter standoff between Indian and Chinese troops in eastern Ladakh where 20 Indian army personnel were killed in clashes on June 15 in Galwan Valley.

Also, the country will be entering "unlock 2" from July 1 for which guidelines were issued by the Union Home Ministry on Monday night. This would be the prime minister's sixth address to the nation since the outbreak of the pandemic.

Read All The Live Updates Here: 

4:22PM: Under PM Garib Kalyan Yojana, we announced a package of Rs. 1.75 lakh crore. In the last 3 months, Rs. 31,000 crore deposited in bank accounts of 20 crore poor families. Also, Rs. 18000 crore deposited in bank accounts of more than 9 crore farmers: PM Modi. 

4:18PM: You have faithfully filled taxes, fulfilled your obligation, so today the poor of the country is able to cope with such a big crisis. I would like to greet every farmer, every taxpayer of the country very heartily, along with every poor person. I bow to them: PM Modi. 

4:10PM: More than 80 crore people in the country got free ration for 3 months during the country’s fight against corona, says PM Modi. 

4:09PM: Ever since unlock 1 started in the country, negligence in personal and social behaviour has been increasing. Earlier, we were more cautious about the use of masks, 'do gaj doori' and washing hands several times a day for 20 seconds, says PM Modi. 

4:03PM: PM Narendra Modi has begun his address to the nation, the first once since May 12. "India's Coronavirus mortality rate is lower. Timely lockdown saved lakhs of lives," he says.  

3:57PM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will soon adress the nation. 

3:32 PM: The address to the nation by PM Modi comes a day before the country enters 'Unlock Phase 2', the period that will be greater relaxations in lockdown that was imposed in view of the Coronavirus pandemic. 

3:31 PM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's address to the nation comes a day after when India banned 59 Chinese apps amid the border tensions.

3:30 PM: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 4 PM.

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