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PM Modi’s appeal to the countrymen on Coronavirus, Asked to give 9 minutes at 9pm

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Lockdown 4.0 In India
Lockdown 4.0 In India

PM Modi’s appeal to the countrymen: Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the country for the third time on Friday (three-April-2020) regarding the Coronavirus epidemic. At 9 o’clock on Friday morning, PM Modi issued a video message appealing to the country to unite against the Coronavirus.

He appealed to the people to light a candle outside their houses for nine minutes on April 5 at 9 pm. However, the Narendra Modi has also requested the people to take special precautions this time, because of the previous incident of people gathering in the crowd during the appeal to make noise from utensils or by clapping was not appropriate.

PM Modi’s appeal to the countrymen on Coronavirus, Asked to give 9 minutes at 9pm

PM Modi's appeal to the countrymen
PM Modi’s appeal to the countrymen

To prevent the spread of the Coronavirus, PM Modi is continuously monitoring the continuing lockdown in the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi gave a video message to the people of the country fighting the Coronavirus today.

The Prime Minister communicated with the citizen through a video message at 9am today. The PM asked the people to turn off all the lights of the house at 9 pm on Sunday, which is on April 5 and light a candle, lamp, torch, or mobile flashlight for 9 minutes.

In the video conference, Narendra Modi said that we all have to challenge the darkness of the Corona crisis. We have to fight this epidemic with the power of our positivity and through our will power. On April 5, we have to wake the superpower of 130 crore countrymen. Throughout this time, turn off all the lights of the house, and light a candle or lamp in your home by standing in the balcony.

Do not get out of the house, do not gather anywhere.
During the Janata curfew, PM Modi had appealed to the people to stand in the balcony of the houses and encourage the people who are engaged in fighting Corona.

Despite this, many people came out on the streets, clapping and playing thali. Because of this, the PM said that I have another request that no one has to gather anywhere at the time of this event. Do not go in the streets, streets or mohallas, do it from the door of your house or balcony.

None of us is alone: ​​PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that it is time for lockdown, we are definitely in our homes, but none of us is alone. The collective power of 130 crore countrymen rests with every person. It is believed that Janata Janardhana is the form of God. Therefore, when the country is fighting such a big battle, then in such a fight, people should always be interviewing the superpower.

March 24 Lockdown
Earlier in his speech to the nation on March 24, the Prime Minister announced a 21-day lockdown in the country due to the Coronavirus. Due to carelessness in many places throughout the country, corona cases are increasing continuously. So far, two thousand instances of Coronavirus have been confirmed in India. 151 people have been cured across the country of Corona, while 50 people have died so far.

Discussion with Chief Ministers
On Thursday, PM Modi spoke to the chief ministers through video conferencing to discuss measures to combat the Coronavirus. The Prime Minister told the Chief Ministers that separate and specialized hospitals are needed for coronavirus patients.

The PM also thanked the states for supporting the decision of the lockdown. Home Minister Amit Shah, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh, and other prominent people were present in this meeting along with PM Modi.

PM Narendra Modi has started talking to sports masters about Coronavirus.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is taking every step regarding the condition of the Coronavirus in the country. In this event, on Friday afternoon, PM Modi has made up his mind to talk to 40 prominent sports veterans of the country through video conferencing. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is meeting 40 top players from different sports through video conferencing on COVID 19 status in the country.

PM Modi’s appeal to the countrymen on Coronavirus, Asked to give 9 minutes at 9pm

PM Modi's appeal to the countrymen
PM Modi’s appeal to the countrymen

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who announced a 21-day lockdown to evacuate the country from the coronavirus crisis, addressed the nation’s public for the third time in 15 days through a video message at 9 am on Friday.

PM Modi appreciated the people of the country, as they helped in the lockdown. At the same time, PM Modi also said in this message that turn off all the lights in your house for 9 minutes on Sunday night on April 5 and then light the flashlight or flashlight on the door, or the balcony.

Significantly, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had earlier communicated with health-related people through video conferencing, while on Thursday, Modi also talked to the Chief Ministers of the states about the condition of the Coronavirus. This shows that PM Modi is keeping an eye on the coronavirus epidemic in every way. Please tell that more than 50 people have died due to Coronavirus in the country.

According to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, there are currently more than 2000 active cases of Coronavirus in the country. The trials were halted in the country due to the lockdown. Still, after the Tablighi Jamaat, the coronavirus cases increased in the country, which shocked everyone.

Aakash Mishra
I am a professional content writer at world-wire, which is a News Agency and social platform that helps people attract visitors through Daily News and World Update.

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