PM Modi to hold video conference with BCCI president Ganguly and Kohli

Tanya Simon
April 3, 2020

If everyone lights one diya each, then we will realise the power of that light. He sought suggestions from states on ensuring "staggered re-emergence of the population" after the end of the 21-day nationwide lockdown. Home Minister Amit Shah, Defence Minister Rajnath Singh and a few senior civil servants were seen in the hall with PM Modi but all were seated with some distance between them demonstrating the social-distancing rule.

The chief ministers, in their reply, mentioned their efforts to maintain social distancing, track suspect cases, identify and quarantine suspect cases arising from the Nizamuddin Markaz event, contain community transmission, boost medical infrastructure and strengthen medical workforce.

The way all of you on March 22 thanked everyone fighting against coronavirus was appreciated across the world.

"Obviously, he can not speak to everyone, that is why he is talking to social influencers, administrative members, chief ministers and also asking people to become part of this fight and connect with the entire nation by clapping, lighting diyas, torches or flashlights", said Sanjay Kumar, director of Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS) and Delhi-based political analyst. But we are not alone. On this 5 April, we must awaken the superpower of 130 crore* Indians.

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This awareness gives us motivation, gives us a goal and gives us the energy to achieve them, it further clears our path.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday will hold a meeting with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) president Sourav Ganguly via video conference, said a report published by India Today.

In his 9 am video message to the nation, the Prime Minister urged people to switch off lights at home at 9 pm on April 5 and light lamps, candles and switch on mobile flashlights to display a collective spirit to defeat coronavirus.

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