Startups urge PM Modi to impose Section 144 to curb coronavirus outbreak

By Team YS|18th Mar 2020
In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Indian startup ecosystem has urged PM Narendra Modi to impose Section 144 across cities.
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Startups urge PM Modi to impose Section 144

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In the wake of the coronavirus outbreak, the Indian startup ecosystem has urged PM Narendra Modi to impose Section 144 across cities.



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