New Delhi: The Karona epidemic has shaken the economy. The country needs a strong framework to improve the economic outlook for Karona. The relationship between the central and state governments needs to be further strengthened. Prime Minister Narendra Modi made the call today while addressing the sixth meeting of the Policy Commission Management Council. The Prime Minister also said that the private sector should be allowed to grow. “Both the central and state governments need to cooperate,” he said. The private sector should be given the opportunity to participate in the self-reliant India mission. During the coronation, the central and state governments have been working together. The country has made great strides in the fight against corona and has established a good image of India in front of the whole world. The foundations of India’s development have been made possible by the joint efforts of the Center and the states. Modi therefore called on today’s meeting to make the co-operative federal system even more meaningful. Not only this, with the help of this competition you can create competition among the states and promote it among the districts. Modi also called on Loz to make life easier. Bank accounts have been opened for the people in the country in the last few years, providing health facilities with vaccination. Free electricity and gas connections are being provided. “It’s empowering people and improving their lives,” he said. Today’s meeting was attended by the chief ministers of various states, the lieutenant governors of the Union Territories, but the chief ministers of West Bengal and Punjab were not present.