As Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced a complete lockdown for the next 21 days and showed a banner that was both simple and informative, several internet users praised him and were left ‘impressed’ by the message it conveyed. The banner written in Hindi breaks down the syllables of ‘corona’ to create the phrase ‘koi road par na nikle’. The image of the banner has been circulating online and Modi has also received support from many.
One Twitter user wrote, “Impressed. We need to be more regulated more disciplined then only we can fight the pandemic. Good decision. Let us all support and be united in spirit and divided socially now. See all after 21 days”. Another said, “I totally endorse this banner”. “Good step”, wrote another.
Thank you so much Honourable @narendramodi. This is a great decision you made as #21daysLockdown.— Aaditya Sinha (@AadityaSinha12) March 24, 2020
I pledge to adhere this call 100% 🇮🇳
"Bharat Jeetega Corona Haarega"#CoronavirusLockdown #GoCoronaCoronaGo pic.twitter.com/zRpZ3aZfrX
#CoronavirusLockdown#SidsBhulaDungaLaunch— Sidharth Shukla Fanclub♥️ (@SidShukla_1) March 24, 2020
No other leader anywhere in the world could have taken such a bold decision.
Government announced complete #21daylockdown
Stay at home, as less physical activity,eat less,which is good for your health and helps to reduce food scarcity pic.twitter.com/LrOblcjw7k
Totally support @narendramodi Ji’s call for national lockdown for 21 days. This is war. We are soldiers. Let’s get ready for the fight. We must win. There is no other way.!#CurfewInIndia #CoronavirusLockdown pic.twitter.com/ansNQQD6iT— हर्ष मिश्रा 🇮🇳 (@iHarshMVns) March 24, 2020
Thanks to @narendramodi for taking such a bold move to save India against Corona. Lockdown for 21 days or 21 years delay in India's growth??? #CoronavirusLockdown #Narendermodi #fightagainstcorona pic.twitter.com/pRphvX68HT— Prafulla Deori (@prafulladeori) March 24, 2020
Stay at home during the #21daylockdown & help flatten the #Covid19 curve. #IndiaFightsCorona— NITI Aayog (@NITIAayog) March 25, 2020
Maintain #Social_Distancing. Together, we will fight #COVID2019 & create a #SwasthaBharat. pic.twitter.com/JFEnIms9ib
The 21-day curfew is applicable to all states, districts, and villages - irrespective of whether they are currently under curfew or not. Talking about how health experts stated that 21 days are necessary to ensure breaking the chain transmission, Modi said these 21 days were most crucial. Explaining the fallout for not handling the next three weeks as catastrophic, he said that 'India will be set back by 21 years if 21 days are not handled'.
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