PM Modi will address the nation on June 30 at 4 pm

The country will be entering “unlock 2” from July 1 for which guidelines were issued by the Union Home Ministry, further easing the restrictions imposed due to the coronavirus lockdown. “Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address the nation at 4 PM on June 30” the Prime Minister’s Office (@PMOindia) tweeted on June 29 (Monday) night. This would be the prime minister’s sixth address to the nation since the outbreak of the pandemic.
Modi had last addressed the nation on May 12 when he had announced a Rs 20-lakh-crore financial package to boost the economy recovering from coronavirus-induced lockdown.
In his March 19 address, the prime minister announced a “janta curfew” on March 22.
On March 24, he announced a 21-day nationwide lockdown. On April 14, he extended the lockdown period till May 3.
On April 3, in a video message, Modi asked the nation to light lamps for frontline corona warriors on April 5.
The lockdown was further extended till May 17 by the Home Ministry.
Now, the country is in the phase one of ‘unlock’ and the month-long phase 2 begins on July 1.

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