Corona-situation could push India’s economy tremendously. That’s what economic experts think. According to them, the total financial loss of the entire country in the current fiscal year will be around Rs 1 billion, which is about 5% of GDP, due to the lockdown situation. Of this, only the 20-day lockdown announced by the Prime Minister will raise the financial loss to Rs 8.5 million.
Which is about 5 percent of GDP. Of this, only the 20-day lockdown announced by the Prime Minister will raise the financial loss to Rs. 8.5 million. They also fear that the amount of revenue deficit may go out of hand. So the more urgent of such situations is the demand for financial packages.
The number of coronary patients is increasing day by day in India. Panic is also increasing with the turn. In such cases, prevention of group infections has become the primary challenge. So Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the lockdown till midnight of April 7 on Tuesday.
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