Prime Minister Narendra Modi To Address Nation At 4 PM, What To Expect

 - Sakshi Post

NEW DELHI: PM Narendra Modi  will address the nation on Tuesday, June 30 at 4 PM, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) announced on Monday night.  

PM Modi is likely to speak about the violent face-off between Indian and Chinese troops along Line of Actual Control in the Galway Valley of Ladakh in which 20 Indian soldiers were killed on June 15.

The PM is also expected to speak about the surge in COVID-19 cases across the country and 'Unlock 2.0' which will begin from July 1. The Union Home Ministry had already issued guidelines for Unlock 2 on Monday night, June 29.


The Centre announced on Monday its decision to ban 59 Chinese mobile applications including TikTok, UC Browser, file sharing app ShareIt, and CamScanner in India, owing to security and privacy concerns.

This is the sixth time that PM Modi is addressing the nation amid the coronavirus pandemic in the country.

Modi had last addressed the nation on May 12 during where he had announced Rs 20 lakh crore financial package to boost the economy which was affected by COVID-19 lockdown.

In "Mann ki Baat" on Sunday, speaking about border clashes Modi had praised the soldiers and said India has given a befitting reply to China who cast an evil eye on India's territory in Ladakh.

Modi also urged people to stay vigilant in the unlock phase and protect themselves from COVID-19, and take all the precautions to protect themselves from getting infected with the coronavirus.

In his video conference with Chief Ministers, PM Modi also suggested all the CMs to think about phase 2 of unlocking, which is mandatory to boost the economy which has hit the economy hard.

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