PM Modi said That The Rules were Followed very Seriously During The Lockdown

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PM Modi speech: PM Modi said, negligence increases after Unlock-1
Now governments, local body institutions, citizens of the country, need to show the same vigilance again.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the country.


• PM Modi’s address to the nation

• Alert to people on Corona

• Where is the need to be more careful

Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his address to the country today expressed concern about the corona virus. PM Modi has said that negligence has increased after Unlock-1, which is a cause for concern.

Timely Lockdown and Other Decisions have Saved The Lives of Millions of People in India


PM Modi said that if we look at the death rate due to corona, then India is in a better position than many countries of the world. Timely lockdown and other decisions have saved the lives of millions of people in India. But since Unlock-One has happened in the country, negligence in personal and social behavior is also increasing. Previously, we were very cautious about masking, taking two yards, washing hands several times a day for 20 seconds.
Significantly, from June 1, Unlock-1 is going on in the country, under which all the things like temple-mosque, market and malls have been opened. Crowds of people are also seen on the streets. Along with this, corona infection has increased rapidly in June.


Expressing concern over this, PM Modi said that the rules were followed very seriously during the lockdown. Now governments, local body institutions, citizens of the country, need to show the same vigilance again. Especially, we have to pay a lot of attention to Containment Jones, whoever is not following the rules, we have to interrupt, stop and explain them.


PM Modi also gave an example of penalty on negligence. The PM said, ‘You must have seen in the news that a Prime Minister of a country was fined 13 thousand because he was wearing a mask without a public place. In India also, the local administration should work with this agility.

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