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#21 by suraraj » Sat Mar 21, 2020 20:13

anupsinghvns wrote: In few states in India Government is giving Rs 1000 (13-14 dollar) per day to poor people and giving free ration. Further Government is chalking down plan for the poor people (food, wages) if we have to go janta curfew for some week

Check your facts. This is announced by the chiel minister of Uttar Pradesh and this 1000 ruoees per month to daily workers and not as 1000 rupees per day.
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#22 by tasman1 » Sat Mar 21, 2020 20:18

suraraj wrote:
anupsinghvns wrote: In few states in India Government is giving Rs 1000 (13-14 dollar) per day to poor people and giving free ration. Further Government is chalking down plan for the poor people (food, wages) if we have to go janta curfew for some week

Check your facts. This is announced by the chiel minister of Uttar Pradesh and this 1000 ruoees per month to daily workers and not as 1000 rupees per day.



1000 ruoees ???? please explain to me , what value is that
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#23 by anupsinghvns » Sat Mar 21, 2020 20:46

Ya suraraj you are correct. Tasman Rs 1000=22.83 Australian dollar
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#24 by tasman1 » Sat Mar 21, 2020 20:53

anupsinghvns wrote: Ya suraraj you are correct. Tasman Rs 1000=22.83 Australian dollar




Thanks for info
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#25 by suraraj » Sat Mar 21, 2020 21:11

tasman1 wrote:
anupsinghvns wrote: Ya suraraj you are correct. Tasman Rs 1000=22.83 Australian dollar




Thanks for info

Yes if this is the situation how will people stay indoors and help prevent the spread of the virus. People are poor, they work daily for the wages. This situation requires generosity from the National government. People must be provided free rations and cash equivalent to one month earnings. Only then people stay indoors and prevent the spread
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#26 by anupsinghvns » Sun Mar 22, 2020 04:24

At 5.00 pm India time we have to clap for our medical staff, Police etc. Be ready as per Janta Curfew norms :D. What a scene almost whole country come to the terrace
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#27 by Arvind9 » Sun Mar 22, 2020 04:53

Our medical staff has not yet been tested,if a situation like Italy Spain or China arises only then we will know how well our healthcare providers can deal with the situation as for our police they are not even visible in many parts of the country they are corrupt and inefficient,as one radio Jockey in the city of Mumbai said we dont even know the exact number of people infected by the virus because there is no testing which is to say we could be facing a bigger threat that what we are aware off so today was just an experiment to judge how much pressure can be put on people to comply on a lock down for a longer time
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#28 by sonyjmn » Sun Mar 22, 2020 05:20

yes done clap @ 5 pm

btw important news regarding bank timings changed

now it will be 10 AM to 2 PM only instead of 10 AM to 4 PM
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#29 by saramath » Sun Mar 22, 2020 05:25

It is pathetic that we are showing our gratitude to these doctors only after somebody wants us to do. We must be gratitude to these doctors, medical professionals, paramedics throughout the year.
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#30 by Arvind9 » Sun Mar 22, 2020 05:34

Even when there is no emergency you wont find a bed available in any hospital ICU ,why is the casualty so high in Italy because they dont have enough ventilators and beds in ICU's to deal with the situation that too in areas where rich Italians live,everywhere in the world this is the most common problem we should salute the Italians that they are boldly facing a situation that even China did not have to face,Italian doctors and medical staff are risking their lives for their people even doctors and medical staff in hospitals have been infected by the virus,an doctor even lost his life in the hospital where he was treating Coronavirus patients
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#31 by saramath » Sun Mar 22, 2020 05:48

Any government that reduces the spending on healthcare in their budgets will face these type of problems when they face a crisis. Even in India, Spending is just 1.5 percent to the GDP and this is very bad. There are less ventilators, beds even in India. That is why the situation is very serious in India. More people will die in India if the spread is not contained.
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#32 by Arvind9 » Sun Mar 22, 2020 05:58

At 5.00pm I heard thalis being banged it reminded me of the December 1992 riots in Mumbai where people were asked to bang thalis
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