India’s fight against Coronavirus is people-driven: PM Narendra Modi in #MannKiBaat

New Delhi: India’s fight against Coronavirus is people-driven. This fight is being fought by the people and the administration together. Every citizen as a soldier is fighting this war says PM Narendra Modi in ‘Mann ki Baat’.

Friends we are experiencing the results of the entire country in unison as a team. Today, the Central Government, State Governments; each and every department and institution are working hand in hand for relief at full speed says PM Narendra Modi in ‘Mann ki Baat’.

A vast country such as India, with its proactive endeavor on the path of development is fighting a decisive battle against poverty. This is the only medium it possesses to fight the Corona and triumph over it says PM . We are fortunate that today country; every citizen of country; every person is a soldier in this battle; nay, leading the battle. Cast a glance anywhere, you’ll notice that India’s fight is people driven at time when world is trying to extricate itself from clutches of pandemic says PM.

In future when it will be dwelt upon in hindsight; when ways and means will be reflected upon, I do believe that India’s people driven fight will also be touched upon says PM Modi.

In the middle of this pandemic, the farmers are ensuring that no one sleeps in our country. Each person is fighting this war as per their capacity. Some are waiving off house rent, also some labourers who are in quarantine at a school are whitewashing the school etc says PM. The needy are being transferred money directly into their accounts through PM Garib Kalyan package says PM Narendra Modi in ‘Mann ki Baat’.

Each person is fighting this war as per their capacity. Some are waiving off house rent, also some labourers who are in quarantine at a school are whitewashing the school etc says PM Modi. They comprise Doctors, Nurses, ASHA-ANM workers, our friends from NCC and NSS, professionals from myriad fields…all of them have made the platform their own. These people are of immense help at the local level in preparing Crisis Management Plans and implementing them. Everyone is putting up a fight, as per one’s capacity and ability. There are some who are waiving off rent; there are others depositing entire amounts received through prizes and pension in  PM Cares Funds.

Be it businesses, office culture, education, medical sector, everyone is adapting to changes in post-coronavirus world, says PM Modi. Through the medium of http://covidwarriors.gov.in platform, the government has linked volunteers of social organizations, representatives of civil society and local administration with each other says PM.

Today people across the world are looking towards India’s  Yoga and  Ayurveda; I’m sure you must be practicing immunity-enhancing protocols by  YUSH Ministry says PM.

We in India always knew that spitting in public places is wrong. Yet, it continued in places. Now is the best time to ensure we do not spit. This will increase basic hygiene and strengthen the fight against COVID-19 says PM Narendra Modi in ‘Mann ki Baat’.

Due to COVID19, masks are becoming a part of our lives. It doesn’t mean that all those wearing are sick. Masks will become a symbol of a civilised society. If you want to protect yourselves and others from the disease, the use of a mask is important: PM Modi during ‘Mann ki Baat’says PM Narendra Modi in ‘Mann ki Baat’.

Today is also an important day for Jain community – first day in life of Tirthankar Bhagwan Rishabh Dev; since it is a day of new beginnings, can we resolve to make our Earth ‘akshaya’? says PM Narendra Modi in ‘Mann ki Baat’.