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A long war against coronavirus, must not get tired or rest, says PM Modi

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Addressing the party on the 40th foundation day of BJP, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, on Monday, urged his party men to extend help to the economically weaker elements of the society. Giving a five-point action plan to BJP workers, PM also asked them to cover their faces and carry face-covers for others. Likening the fight against coronavirus to a ‘war’, Modi asked BJP workers to contribute to PM-CARES Funds and send appreciation messages to health workers, doctors and other essential services’ staff for helping India fight COVID-19.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said the war against coronavirus pandemic is “long” and that India has to win it. “I state it with full responsibility that this is a long war against coronavirus pandemic. But we do not have to get tired or take a rest in this war. We have to emerge victorious. Today, the country has only one goal and one resolve – to win this war,” the PM said while addressing the BJP workers on the party’s foundation day.

The government has developed an Aarogya Setu app. I request all of you to tell people about it, everyone should make sure that at least 40 others install it. They will get info through it about possibly infected cases around them. In these tough times, we have to ensure this,” Modi said in his speech.

“Always remember, whenever you go out your face should be covered, I say you should keep your face covered even at your homes. The mantra today for the whole world is social distancing and discipline,” he said.

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PM Modi “This foundation day of BJP has come at a time when not only the country but also the world is going through a difficult time. Humanity is facing a crisis, our devotion to service of the country creates our path during this challenging time.”

India has worked rapidly with a holistic approach that is being appreciated by not only Indians but also WHO. All countries should come together and fight this, so India had active participation in the meeting of the SAARC countries and the G20 meeting PM said.

India’s efforts have set an example before the world in tackling coronavisus pandemic. India is one of the countries which understood seriousness of this disease and waged a timely war against it. India took several decisions & tried its best to implement them on ground.

PM Modi said that the maturity shown by the people during lockdown, in a large country like India, is unprecedented. No one could have imagined that the people will abide by this with such obedience and sense of service. I state it with full responsibility that this is a long war against coronavirus pandemic. But we do not have to get tired or take a rest in this war. We have to emerge victorious. Today, the country has only one goal and one resolve – to win this war

We experienced yesterday at 9 pm, the strength of togetherness of 130 crores people of our country. People from every section of society and age group demonstrated this unity and strengthened the resolve in fight against COVID-19.

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PM Modi added that Govt has developed an Aarogya Setu app. I request all of you to tell people about it, everyone should make sure that at least 40 others install it. They will get info through it about possibly infected cases around them. In these tough times, we have to ensure this.

Meanwhile, the total number of coronavirus cases in India has risen to 4,067 today, with the country reporting 490 cases in the past 12 hours alone. As per the Union Ministry of Health data, as many as 109 deaths have been reported in India so far. The active COVID-19 cases stand at 3,666, while 292 have been cured and discharged. The states topping the chart include Maharashtra (690), Tamil Nadu (571) and Delhi (503). Globally, over 12 lakh people have been infected from COVID-19 and the death toll has surged to 69, 456.