The COVID-19 state of affairs in West Bengal is being addressed aptly, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee advised Prime Minister Narendra Modi throughout a video convention at present, an official stated.
The Prime Minister reviewed the COVID-19 state of affairs in varied states by video conferencing with Chief Ministers.
Mamata Banerjee is learnt to have reminded PM Modi concerning the non-payment of Goods and Services Tax (GST) dues to a number of states, he advised information company Press Trust of India.
“The Chief Minister briefed the PM that the COVID-19 situation in West Bengal is under control,” the official advised information company PTI.
She apprised the PM concerning the discharge price among the many COVID-19 sufferers within the state and knowledgeable him that the variety of new infections is on the decline, he stated.
“Mamata Banerjee also reminded the PM of the GST dues,” he added.
West Bengal has reported 4,59,918 COVID-19 circumstances, together with 8,072 fatalities, until Monday.
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