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Nw: 'Tum salamat raho qayamat tak': Punjab CM remorse over PM Modi safety lapse via shayari at Covid meet

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At PM Modi’s Covid-19 review meet on Thursday, Punjab CM Charanjit Singh Channi expressed remorse over the safety lapse that had taken place in his voice on January 5 and recited a ‘shayari’ (poem) concerning the same.

,Punjab CM Charanjit Channi (Photo: File)
Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a Covid-19 review meet with the chief ministers of the states on Thursday. On the virtual meeting, Punjab Chief Minister Charanjit Singh Channi expressed remorse over the

safety lapse that had taken place in his voice on January 5 and recited a ‘shayari’ (poem) concerning the same. He acknowledged, “Honorable Prime Minister, you came to Punjab and we remorse what came about at some point of your consult with. I honest must recite a shayari for you: ‘Tum salamat raho qayamat tak, aur khuda kare ki kayamat naa ho’ (You protect accumulate till the sphere ends, and let there be no stop of the sphere).”

SECURITY LAPSE IN PUNJAB Closing Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s convoy was once stuck on a flyover blocked by protesting farmers in Punjab for virtually 20 minutes

. The high minister was once on his solution to Ferozepur to consult with the National Martyr’s Memorial at Hussainiwala and address a rally when his path was once blocked.At final, the convoy turned motivate and the rally was once canceled.The protection breach snowballed steady into a serious political row and is now the subject of a Supreme Court docket-monitored inquiry.

COVID MEET ON THURSDAY Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a review meeting with the chief ministers of the states on Thursday to focus on the Covid-19 scenario within the nation. The meeting was once held via video conferencing.Talking on the meeting, PM Modi acknowledged, “The Omicron variant is infecting the regular residents lots of times faster than the old variants. We enjoy got to be alert but we also prefer to insist care that there would possibly be no such thing as a panic.”He added, “We enjoy got to examine that on this festive season, the alertness of the folk and the administration would no longer tumble short.”ALSO READ:

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