PM Modi must lay out exit plan, roadmap to revive economy: Cong

Accusing the Centre of not handling the issue of migrant labourers in a humane manner, Surjewala urged the Centre to ferry them in sanitised trains for free, along with food

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Surjewala told reporters that Pilot should free the Congress MLAs who are staying in two luxury hotels and under the security of the Haryana police. Photo: PTI

The Congress on Saturday (May 2) said Prime Minister Narendra Modi must come forward and address the countrymen to enlighten them on the way ahead in dealing with the coronavirus and the economic situation.

Asking when the lockdown will finally end, Congresss chief spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said the prime minister must also lay out the exit strategy from it and spell out the goalpost in dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and economy.

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“Will we see another lockdown? When will the lockdown finally end? The Prime Minister must come forward and address 130 crore Indians and enlighten them on the way ahead,” he told reporters at a press briefing through video-conferencing.

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Accusing the government of not handling the issue of migrant labourers in a humane or compassionate manner, Surjewala urged the prime minister and the Centre to ferry the migrant labourers to their home in sanitised trains for free, along with food.

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