Prime Minister Narendra Modi says the Covid crisis is not over, we never know when it will resurface


Prime Minister Modi was speaking via video conference on a program at Vanthali in Junagadh district of Gujarat.


On Sunday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said the coronavirus had not gone away and was continuing to resurface, and warned people not to let their guard down in the battle against the pandemic.

No one knows when the ‘bahurupiya‘ (the one who changes shape) COVID-19 will resurface, Prime Minister Modi has said, adding that the administration of nearly 185 million doses of vaccines to control its spread has been made possible by public support.

He was addressing Mahapatotsav program of Maa Umiya Dham at Vanthali in Junagadh district of Gujarat via video conference as part of the celebration of the 14th day of the founding of the temple of Maa Umiya who is considered the deity of the Kadva Patidar community. .

The Prime Minister urged Maa Umiya devotees to turn to natural agriculture in a bid to save Mother Earth from the scourge of chemical fertilizers.

He also asked people to pledge to participate in the creation of the 75′Amrit Sarovars‘ (lakes) in each district as part of the Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav, organized to mark 75 years of Indian independence.

“Corona (COVID-19 pandemic) has been a big crisis, and we’re not saying the crisis is over. It may have taken a break, but we never know when it will resurface. It’s a ‘bahurupiya‘ sickness. To stop this, almost 185 million doses (of vaccines) were administered, which surprised the world. This was made possible thanks to your support,” he said.

The Prime Minister also said that Maa Umiya devotees should undertake a project to take care of the health of malnourished children and anemic mothers at the village level.

The Maa Umiya Trust, which runs the temple, should hold competitions at the village level to promote good health among children, he said.

“Maa Umiya devotees must ensure that no child suffers from malnutrition, no matter what community they belong to. If a child is strong, then the community and the country will become strong,” he said. declared.

The prime minister also said that raising awareness against female feticide has empowered the country’s girls to show their power at the Olympics. “Who will not be proud of our girls? he added.

Prime Minister Modi also called on people to support the government’s campaign to save Mother Earth through the adoption of natural farming and to continue water conservation work.

“We will have to save Mother Earth… We have a governor (of Gujarat-Acharya Devvrat) who is totally committed to natural farming. He has spoken at taluka-level farmers’ meetings, and thousands many farmers have turned to natural farming,” he said.

People should support Gujarat Chief Minister Bhupendra Patel in heeding his call, he said.

PM Modi also asked people to take up water conservation by creating 75′Amrit Sarovars‘ in each neighborhood by digging, deepening and renovating existing water bodies.

“Let’s undertake the project of 75 lakes in each district… It’s not a big deal for all of you who have done thousands of check dams. Imagine how important this service will be,” he said .

The prime minister said people facing a severe water crisis should not give up on the practice of water conservation, no matter how successful it is. “It is something that should be undertaken every year before the monsoon by deepening the lakes and cleaning the water channels to conserve water,” he said.

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