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Amid the lockdown implemented in the country, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the countrymen on Sunday for the third time through the radio program Mann Ki Baat. The Prime Minister said that the country is slowly opening up, so we need to be more vigilant. He said that the corona has not spread much more in India than other countries. He stressed the need for innovation in the era of Corona crisis. Read here big things about the mind
The Prime Minister said that Corona is a disaster that the whole world has no cure for. No prior experience. In such a situation, we are experiencing new challenges and difficulties. This is happening in every country of the world, so India is not untouched by this. The fight against Corona is being fought very strongly with everyone’s collective efforts. Our population is many times more than most countries, yet the corona in our country did not spread as fast as it spread to other countries of the world.
Prime Minister Modi said that innovation touched my heart in this hour of crisis, from villages to cities, from small traders to startups, our labs are inventing new ways in the Corona fight, innovating. Along with the will to change any situation, a lot depends on innovation as well.
Corona virus vaccine
The Prime Minister said that the work that is being done in our labs (lab) on the corona vaccine has worldwide eye and hope for all of us. Corona is a disaster that the whole world has no cure for. No prior experience. Our labs are inventing new ways, innovating in the Corona fight.
Prime Minister Modi said that many shopkeepers have installed large pipes in the shop for a distance of two yards. In which from one end they put the goods from the top and from the other end customers take their goods.
The Prime Minister said that taking lakhs of workers, safe from trains, buses, worrying about their food and food, arrangement of quarantine centers in every district, testing of all, checkup, treatment, all these works are going on continuously and Are running in large quantities. The decisions the central government has just taken have opened up huge possibilities related to employment, self-employment, small scale industries in villages. If our villages, towns, districts, states, were self-sufficient, many problems would not have taken that form. As they are in front of us today. I am confident that the self-sufficient India campaign will take the country to a new height in this decade.
In the matter of mind, the Prime Minister said that in this era of Corona crisis, I have had talks with many leaders of the world, but, I would like to tell a secret – many leaders of the world these days, are very much interested in Yoga and Ayurveda. it occurs. People everywhere have wanted to know more about Yoga and its ayurveda as well. There are many people who have never done yoga, they have also joined online yoga classes or are learning yoga through online videos.
Prime Minister Modi said that on the one hand we are fighting the epidemic, on the other hand we have recently faced natural disaster in some parts of eastern India. During the last few weeks, we have seen cyclone Amfan in West Bengal, Odisha. I went to Odisha, West Bengal last week to take stock of the situation. West Bengal and Odisha have faced the situation with great courage and bravery.
The Prime Minister said that on the one hand where East India is facing the disaster caused by the storm, on the other hand many parts of the country have been affected by the locust attack. These attacks again remind us how much damage this small creature does. Government of India, State Government, Department of Agriculture, Administration is using modern resources to help farmers to avoid the pitfalls of locust crisis. It is also paying attention to new innovations and I am confident that together we will save our agricultural sector.