Chief Minister Yeddyurappa gave hints. (File pic)
COVID-19 in Karnataka: Chief Minister BS Yedirappa said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also discussed with him the measures taken by the state government to stop the spread of corona virus.
Reacting to the question of increasing cases of Corona virus infection in the state, the Chief Minister said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had also discussed with him the measures taken by the state government.
He said, ‘I told the Prime Minister that we have implemented the night curfew in such districts where the cases of infection are increasing.’ Yeddyurappa emphasized that people must wear masks and follow the rules of social distance as well as use sanitizers. If they do not cooperate, then we will take strict measures. I want the public to cooperate with us. Meanwhile, Health Minister Dr K Sudhakar said in Bengaluru that the government is not willing to implement the lockdown and expects cooperation from the people.
He said that if people cooperate then the second wave of corona virus can be defeated. It is noteworthy that after the news of the recommendation of the lockdown by the Technical Consultative Committee, the speculation about it has intensified.