Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the nation regarding Corona virus
PM Modi said to the country on Coronavirus - people should do 'Janata curfew' on 22 March from 7 am to 9 pm
In his address to the nation regarding Coronavirus, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today I am seeking one more support from every countryman. This is Janata Curfew. Janata Curfew means curfew imposed by the people on themselves, for the public. On this Sunday, i.e. 22nd March, from 7 am to 9 pm, all the countrymen have to follow the Janata curfew. Friends, this effort of ours on 22nd March will be a symbol of our self-restraint, and determination to perform duty in the interest of the country. The success of Janta-Curfew on 22nd March, and its experiences, will also prepare us for the challenges to come.
PM Modi said that today's generation will not be very familiar with it, but in olden times when there was a situation of war, the blackout was done from village to village. Paper was put on the mirrors of the houses, the lights were turned off, and people used to make posts and guard them. I have another request that all senior citizens in our family, who are above 65 years of age, should not leave the house for the coming few weeks. Therefore, it is my request to all the countrymen that for the coming few weeks, go out of your house only when it is very necessary. As much as possible, do your work, whether it is related to business, related to the office, or from your home.
What is the way of restraint - Avoiding crowds, avoiding going out of the house. Nowadays, what is being called Social Distancing, in this era of the Corona global pandemic, is very much necessary. Today we have to take a pledge that we will save ourselves from getting infected and also save others from getting infected. Friends, in a global pandemic like this, only one mantra works. Today 130 crore countrymen will have to make their resolve and determination that we, as a citizen, will follow our duty, and follow the guidelines of the Central Government, and State Governments to stop this global pandemic.
The Government of India is keeping a close watch on this. However, there are some countries that have also taken necessary decisions and have handled their people by isolating more and more people. Citizens have played a big role in this. We are a country that is striving for development, this crisis of Corona is not normal in a country like us. It is wrong to believe that it will not have any effect on India, so to face this global epidemic, two things are needed, first determination and restraint.
130 crore countrymen will have to make their resolve that they will perform their duty as a citizen. Will strictly follow the guidelines and instructions of the Central and State Governments. We have to take a pledge that we will save ourselves from becoming infected and save others also. Friends, this kind of epidemic works only as a mantra, we are healthy and the world is healthy. When there is no medicine for this disease, then it is necessary for us to remain healthy.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the country on Thursday night regarding the coronavirus. The PM said that 'this crisis is such, which has put the entire human race in danger around the world.' He said that 130 crore citizens have fought the corona global epidemic with steadfastness, and necessary precautions have been taken. But, for the past few days, it seems as if we are saved from the crisis, everything is fine. This thinking of getting rest from the global pandemic Corona is not correct. The PM appealed to the people to impose the 'Janata Curfew'. What is this and how will the general public implement it, PM also told about it.
1. What is Janata Curfew
According to PM Modi, on this Sunday i.e. 22 March, no person should come out from 7 am to 9 pm. Have to do things like curfew by yourself. The PM appealed that if possible, every person should call at least 10 people every day and tell them about the public curfew along with measures to prevent coronavirus. The PM appealed that on Sunday at exactly 5 o'clock, we stand at the door of our house and express our gratitude to those people who are fighting the battle against Coronavirus for 5 minutes. Referring to the pressure on hospitals, the PM asked people to avoid going to the hospital for routine check-ups as much as they can.
2. What is the purpose of the Janata Curfew?
According to the Prime Minister, this 'Janata Curfew' is also the time to see and test how prepared India is for the fight against a global pandemic like Corona. He said that this Janata curfew will be like a test for India in a way. According to the PM, 'This effort of ours on 22 March will be a symbol of our self-restraint, determination to perform duty in the interest of the country. The success of Janta-Curfew on 22nd March, and its experiences, will also prepare us for the challenges to come.
3. PM Modi explained about the blackout
In his address, the Prime Minister said, "Today's generation will not be very familiar with it, but in the olden days when there was a situation of war, village-village was blacked out. Paper was put on the mirrors of the houses, the lights were switched off. Used to go, people used to make posts and guard them.
4. Task force created for Kovid-19
PM Modi announced that the Kovid-19 Economic Task Force is being formed under the leadership of the Finance Minister. This task force will ensure that all the steps taken to reduce the economic difficulties are implemented effectively.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to the countrymen for a Janata curfew on 22 March to stop the rapidly spreading coronavirus infection in the country. PM Modi has said that the nationwide curfew of 22 will prove to be the biggest weapon against Corona. He has said about this curfew that it will be a public curfew i.e. for the public, a curfew imposed by the people on themselves. PM Modi is constantly sharing videos and posts spreading awareness about the coronavirus.
PM Modi said, to follow the guidelines of all the central and state governments. Take a pledge that we will save ourselves from getting infected and also save others. At such times only one mantra works. If we are healthy then the world is healthy. Our determination and restraint are going to play a big role in saving us from this global disease.
Appealing to the people, PM Modi said, 'I demand Janata curfew from today. That is a curfew imposed by the public, for the public. On Sunday 22 March, from 7 am to 9 pm, all the countrymen have to follow the Janata curfew. Janata's curfew will also prepare us for the upcoming challenge. We should thank the servicemen by clapping or playing thali, siren on 22nd March at 5 pm.
Everyone remembers the day of 22 March 2020. The coronavirus wreaked such havoc that a nationwide lockdown was imposed, due to which there was silence on the streets, and people were imprisoned in their homes. Life has come to an end. On that day people encouraged each other by lighting candles and playing thali. Today it has been one year of the same Janata Curfew. In this one year, India is standing firmly in the war against Corona, but even after vaccination, Corona is gaining momentum again.
In view of the increasing influence of Corona, Prime Minister Modi addressed the country on 19 March 2020. During this, he mentioned the word Janata Curfew for the first time. Prime Minister Narendra Modi called upon the countrymen to impose a one-day curfew. After the appeal of PM Modi, people gave full support to the Janata curfew and people kept themselves imprisoned in their homes that day.
In this way, the Janata curfew was imposed on 22 March 2020 due to Coronavirus. When the infection spread rapidly, a lockdown was imposed across the country, so that people could be saved from the grip of this terrible infection. After the lockdown was imposed, OPDs of trains, buses, malls, markets, schools-colleges, and hospitals were closed. Only emergency services continued. Due to this, there was silence on the streets. Freight trains were operated on the railway track. Passenger trains remained closed. Due to this the passengers suffered a lot but were imprisoned in their homes to avoid corona infection. There was such silence that the sound of falling leaves could come. The panic of Corona made a big impact on the lives of the people.
On 22 March 2020, on the appeal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, people encouraged each other by lighting candles and playing thali in the evening, so that they would not panic from Corona. Now vehicles on the roads and trains on the track are filling up. People are busy with their respective work. But the way Corona patients are being found, it seems that Corona will once again gain momentum. But in view of the increasing cases of the corona, once again people will have to follow the same corona protocol, which we did earlier so that corona can be stopped from becoming powerful.
The Prime Minister's call for "Janata Curfew" to protect against the havoc of Corona coronavirus got the support of a large number of people. People have already prepared for Janta Curfew across the city. The administration and social organizations appealed to the people of the city to stay in their homes. Meanwhile, shops selling milk, medicine, and essential goods will remain open. The organizations in the city have not been instructed to take precautions in the Janata curfew.
Let us tell you, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his address to the nation, has appealed to the people to cooperate in preventing the deadly coronavirus. He announced to observe on 22 March Sunday as Janata Curfew on. In this, an appeal was made to the people to stay in their homes from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm. A large number of people supported the curfew in the districts of Indore, Bhopal, and Jabalpur divisions of Madhya Pradesh.
The Health Department has issued a high alert regarding the dangerous coronavirus. Under this, patients have been asked to provide immediate treatment facilities in case of fever including the common cold, and cough. A separate bed has also been reserved in the district hospital. The administration has given instructions to stay away from overcrowding in public places like rail, buses, and markets.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has appealed to the people of the country to stay at home from 7 am to 9 pm on Sunday, 22 March. PM Modi said that people should come out of the house only when absolutely necessary. It was called Janata Curfew. During this, PM Modi also made it clear that this is by the people, for the people. This step has been taken to deal with the growing threat of the coronavirus in the country and to prevent it from going into the third phase.
PM Modi has appealed to the general public for the Janta Curfew to be imposed on 22 March, that the employees who provide essential services are working continuously in the midst of danger. They should be honored and encouraged by clapping or playing a thali by standing at the door of the house or in the gallery at 5 pm on the day of Janata Curfew on 22 March.