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The Chief Secretary’s consultative meeting with the District Collectors began – the opportunity to make important announcements

The Chief Secretary’s consultative meeting with the District Collectors began – the opportunity to make important announcements

Chennai,
Corona 2nd wave is spreading very actively in all the districts of Tamil Nadu. The incidence of corona infection is increasing day by day especially in Kanchipuram, Tiruvallur, Chengalpattu, Ranipettai, Theni and Tiruppur districts. 

In this context, a consultative meeting with the District Collectors is currently being held under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Rajiv Ranjan.

The consultation meeting has started at 11 am at the General Secretariat in Chennai under the chairmanship of Chief Secretary Rajiv Ranjan. Health Secretary Radhakrishnan, DGP Officials including Tripathi, Chennai Police Commissioner Maheshkumar Agarwal and Chennai Corporation Commissioner Prakash were directly involved. 

Earlier it was informed that the consultation was to be held only with the 6 corona affected district collectors in Tamil Nadu, now it has been informed that the consultation meeting with all the district collectors is to be held for about 2 hours.

Through this meeting various decisions have been taken regarding the control of corona and it has been reported that the restrictions are likely to be increased in the districts where corona infection is high. At the same time, a consultative meeting with top officials with medical experts is scheduled to take place today.

While the High Court has already advised that a curfew may be imposed to prevent the spread of the corona ahead of the May 1 and 2 vote counts, key announcements are expected to be made at the end of consultative meetings with district collectors and medical experts today.

News Source : Daily Thanthi

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