PM Modi is likely to hold virtual meetings with chief ministers and other representatives of states and union territories on Tuesday (November 24) to review the COVID-19 situation and discuss vaccine distribution strategy. However, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee will be on a district tour that day, but she will attend the virtual meeting with the prime minister.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will attend the virtual meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi over COVID-19 vaccine distribution strategy. According to sources, the meeting is scheduled for Tuesday (November 24).
The PM will virtually discuss about the COVID-19 vaccine distribution strategy with chief ministers and other representatives of states and union territories.
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Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday (November 22) arrived in Bankura a day ahead of schedule to wrap up administrative meetings in the district before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s online meeting with chief ministers on Tuesday.
Earlier, Banerjee was scheduled to leave for Bankura on Monday (November 23). But, following the schedule change, she landed in Mukutmanipur in Bankura on Sunday afternoon.
The CM will attend a public distribution programme at the Sidhu Kanu Ground in Khatra subdivision on Monday, and chair a review meeting at Rabindra Bhavan in Bankura the following day.
A senior government official said, “Mamata Banerjee is scheduled to attend the meeting of the chief ministers from Bankura. But she might come back to Kolkata on that day after her review meeting. But the venue has not finalised yet.”
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Last Updated Nov 23, 2020, 10:48 AM IST