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Compensate states, specify lockdown exit strategy, Punjab CM Amarinder Singh asks PM Modi

IndiaTimes Thursday, 7 May 2020
Reiterating his demand for revenue grants to the states for three months, Punjab chief minister, Amarinder Singh on Thursday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to clearly define the way forward for the countryโ€™s economic revival and an exit strategy from Lockdown 3.0.
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