'Stay wherever you are' is the only Mantra; Kejriwal on COVID19
Delhi Chief Minister briefing the media on Lock down. In his address he urged people to follow the instruction of PM Narendra Modi.
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister briefing the media on Lock down. In his address he urged people to follow the instruction of PM Narendra Modi.
Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal said that When Prime Minister Modi announced the Corona Lock down he said, 'stay wherever you are'.
I think it is the mantra of this lock down, if we don't follow this the lock down will not be successful and the country will fail in the fight against this virus.
Arvind Kejriwal further added Delhi government is providing lunch and dinner to more than 4 lakh people every day. We are putting in all the efforts to make sure that everyone gets food in the national capital. There is no dearth of food & water.
Yesterday, I saw pictures of the gathering of thousands of people. When you are standing in a crowd, even if a single person among it is infected with COVID19, you will also get infected. Think about your own life & your family, Delhi CM to Media
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