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इंडियन आवाज़     07 Apr 2020 03:23:35      انڈین آواز

PM Modi calls for strict compliance of lockdown

Help desk to be set up for info on COVID-19

B Mishra / New Delhi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi today reiterated that social distancing is the only way to counter the spread of COVID-19 saying the virus does not discriminate and it can infect anyone.

Interacting with the people of Varanasi through video conferencing, Mr. Modi said, some people despite being empowered with knowledge are not paid heed to warning which is unfortunate. He said the Mahabharat war was won in 18 days and this war the whole country is fighting against coronavirus will take 21 days and the aim is to win it.

Mr. Modi asked people to speak to their doctors before taking any medicine clarifying that there is no medicine or vaccine for coronavirus as of now.

He warned the people that they should not believe in rumours about the outbreak. He added that the government has tied up with WhatsApp to create a helpdesk to give credible information on coronavirus. The number is – 9013151515.

The Prime Minister also said, he is very pained by the misbehaviour of some people against doctors, airlines crew and staff of essential services who are at the forefront of combating coronavirus. Mr. Modi said the stern action will be taken against the guilty.

The Prime Minister added that doctors and nurses are incarnations of God and they are endangering themselves to save people and they should be respected. Mr. Modi also urged people to help poor in this hour of crisis and promise themselves to help nine poor families every day for the next 21 days.

The Prime Minister said, in this hour of crisis, Kashi can lead the people, can teach the country patience, compassion and peace. He also expressed his condolences to the families of the deceased of the terror attack at the Gurudwara in Kabul. During the interaction, Mr. Modi also answered questions of the people.

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