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Mixed public opinion in India over Modi's handling of COVID-19 | Video

With more than 160,000 COVID-19 cases, India now is the ninth worst-hit country in the world, but the government says its lockdown has helped keep the fatality rate low at 2.87 per cent. However, public opinion is mixed on how Prime Minister Narendra Modi has handled the outbreak. Neha Poonia reports from New Delhi.

Mixed public opinion in India over Modi's handling of COVID-19 | Video

31 May 2020 12:26am
With more than 160,000 COVID-19 cases, India now is the ninth worst-hit country in the world, but the government says its lockdown has helped keep the fatality rate low at 2.87 per cent. However, public opinion is mixed on how Prime Minister Narendra Modi has handled the outbreak. Neha Poonia reports from New Delhi.

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