Mumbai: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan appealed to the state ministers and legislators to contribute 30 percent of our salary to the Chief Minister’s Relief Fund in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic.
“If you all agree, we will contribute 30 percent of the salary towards the CM Relief Fund until the epidemic is under control – July, August, September, or October,” Chauhan said through video conferencing. Said in conversation with ministers.
He said, “I appeal to all the MLAs to contribute 30 percent of their salary for three months to the CM Relief Fund, in the fight against COVID-19. I would also appeal to the people to contribute to the fund, “he said.
He also said that the COVID trial campaign would continue in the first fortnight of August.
“We had a COVID campaign from July 1-31 in which large-scale trials were conducted. The phase of the campaign will be from August 2-14, in which we resolve to wear masks to maintain social distance and break the chain of infection. Will do, “he said.
“During this period, the Chief Minister, ministers, legislators, and other public representatives will not have any public rallies. Foundation stone laying ceremonies, ‘Bhoomi pujan’, inaugurations and all functions where a large crowd gathers, will be prohibited. These can be done via video conferencing,” he added.
Meanwhile, Viva Hospital released Chauhan’s health bulletin, stating that he is in good condition on the seventh day of admission after being found to be COVID-19 positive.