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Lata Mangeshkar Urges Fans To Follow Guidelines Diligently,shares Worry For General Safety

The Bollywood veteran took to her Twitter account and urged her fans to follow the government and health authority guidelines for their safety and well-being


Legendary Bollywood singer Lata Mangeshkar took to her micro-blogging account, earlier on Friday, and appealed to her followers to pay heed to the guidelines given by the government. Her tweet came after Prime Minister Narendra Modi appealed to the citizens of India to stand united in the fight against novel coronavirus pandemic and asked them to light candles and torches for 9 minutes at 9 PM on Sunday, April 5 outside their balconies. The 92-year-old singer also wrote a Sanskrit mantra for the well-being of everyone and stated that she is genuinely concerned for the health and safety of all.

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Lata Mangeshkar contributes for COVID-19 relief

Bollywood's singing legend Lata Mangeshkar also announced her contribution to the Maharashtra Chief Minister's COVID-19 Relief Fund through her Twitter account earlier on Tuesday. The 92-year-old veteran has pledged to donate an amount of Rs 25 lakh and has urged her followers to support the government in its fight against the Coronavirus outbreak in the country. The tweet written in Marathi has Lata Mangeshkar claiming that 'it is our duty to help our government during this crisis'.

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