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PM Modi to chair review meeting on preparedness to deal with heatwave

Several parts of the country have logged all-time high temperatures under the impact of the torrid heatwave

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Narendra Modi | Heatwave in India | Indian monsoon

Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

PM Modi
PM Narendra Modi | Photo: ANI

Prime Minister will chair here on Thursday an important review meeting on preparedness to deal with the heatwave affecting parts of the country and the upcoming monsoon season, government sources said.

They said Modi is expected to hold seven to eight meetings during the day following his return from the three-day visit to as many European countries.

The prime minister will immediately attend office after arriving here, they said.

Several parts of the country have logged all-time high temperatures under the impact of the torrid heatwave.

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First Published: Thu, May 05 2022. 13:15 IST
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