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Not only industries, but Govt also suffered due to lockdown: Jharkhand CM

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Not only industries, but Govt also suffered due to lockdown: Jharkhand CM

Not only industries, but Govt also suffered due to lockdown: Jharkhand CM

Jharkhand Chief Minister Hemant Soren said that government is worried that how economy will grow post lockdown.

"We are in a process to ease lockdown, during lockdown not only MSME or big industries harmed but the government has also suffered losses.

All these things are being assessed and government is worried about the economy that how will grow and we will take decide what will be better," said CM Soren.


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