Prime Minister Narendra Modi will have one to one interaction with chief ministers of Northeastern states on Tuesday over the prevailing Covid-19 situation in the region.
Sources in the PMO said that the interaction programme will take place with 21 states and UTs on Tuesday and 15 states and UTs on Wednesday.
The meeting through video conferencing will start from 3 p.m.
It is believed that Prime Minister Modi will talk with all the chief ministers over the present state of affairs involving Covid19.
Modi will also personally take stock of the situation that evolved due to the pandemic.
This proposed meeting will be the first such meeting with chief ministers across India after the country entered into the unlock phase of the nationwide lockdown.
As per the scheduled programme, the video conferencing will start with Punjab chief minister followed by chief ministers of Assam, Kerala, Uttarakhand and others.