Former India cricketer Sachin Tendulkar lauded Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech on measures to include coronavirus pandemic within the nation. Coronavirus has thus far claimed lives of greater than 9000 folks worldwide whereas greater than 200000 have been contaminated by the virus. Addressing the nation, PM Modi spoke on the significance of social distancing in instances of a pandemic, and requested folks to watch a “Janata curfew” on March 22. Tendulkar took to social media and lauded the move by highlighting the importance of being at dwelling in these unprecedented instances.
Tendulkar’s publish learn: “Janta Curfew is the thought step in protecting ourselves ready for any eventuality. Honorable Prime Minister Narendra Modi ji has rightly mentioned that every one of us ought to the struggle towards Covid-19 critically. Let’s do our bit and keep at dwelling to guard ourselves and others.
#JantaCurfew is the right step in protecting ourselves ready for any eventuality.
Hon’ble PM @narendramodi ji has rightly mentioned that every one of us ought to take the struggle towards COVID-19 very critically.
Let’s do our bit and keep at dwelling to guard ourselves and others. https://t.co/k7mbkWaQrM
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) March 20, 2020
In the 30-minutes tv handle, which started at eight pm, the Prime Minister began by highlighting the gravity of the state of affairs – that coronavirus illness Covid-19 has affected extra folks than the 2 World Wars.
“The entire world goes by means of a really severe part. Generally, each time a pure disaster happens, it’s restricted to a couple nations or states. But the coronavirus outbreak has put your complete human race in disaster,” PM Modi mentioned.
He additionally made urged the countrymen to keep away from stepping out of dwelling until crucial, and introduced made a promise that there gained’t be a scarcity of important provides. “I promise you that there will not be a shortage of milk, food, medicines and other essential supplies. This supply will never be stopped, so there is no need to hoard stuff,” mentioned the Prime Minister.