Covid-19: Disaster Act invoked for the 1st time in India -Chetan Chauhan

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published Published on Mar 25, 2020   modified Modified on Mar 25, 2020

-Hindustan Times

New Delhi: The 21-day national lockdown imposed by the Narendra Modi government to combat the spread of Covid-19 , and which starts at 12.01 am Wednesday is the first time provisions of the National Disaster Management Act, 2005, are being invoked.

In an order issued by the home ministry, the home secretary as chairperson of the National Executive Committee of the National Disaster Management Authority (NDMA) issued guidelines for the national lockdown for 21 days. The guidelines allow for essential services such as food, utilities, health care, and law and order. Many parts of the country were already under a lockdown till March 31.

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Hindustan Times, 25 March, 2020,

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