New Delhi: Expressing concern over people not following the rules of Kovid-19 in crowded places, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday that there should be no room for negligence. At the same time, it was also said that a small mistake can have far-reaching consequences, which can weaken the fight against the epidemic.
Citing pictures and videos of crowded places, Modi said it was not a good sight and should cause a “feeling of fear” within us. According to sources, the Prime Minister interacted with the ministers a day after the expansion of the Council of Ministers and said that people are visible without wearing masks and following social distance. He stressed that India’s fight against the pandemic is going on in full swing and the number of vaccination campaigns and tests is also increasing.
There should be no room for negligence: PM
A source said, “He said there should be no room for negligence in such times. A small mistake can have far-reaching consequences and weaken the fight against COVID-19.” He said, “The Prime Minister said that the number of cases of infection being reported in recent months are now less than that but people should not come out. Everyone should remember that the threat of Kovid-19 is not over yet. In many other countries, cases of infection are increasing. Mutations are also happening in the virus.
Modi told the ministers that the goal should not be to create fear among the people, but urged the public to take all kinds of precautions so that the nation can overcome the crisis of this epidemic in the coming times. Sources said that during the meeting, the Prime Minister expressed concern over the increase in cases of infection in Maharashtra and Kerala. Modi urged the ministers to reach office on time and devote their energy to the work of the ministry.
Ministers should not fall in the vicious circle of getting media attention: PM
The Prime Minister said that the focus of the ministers should be on helping the most underprivileged. Sources said Modi said the ministers can meet their predecessors and learn from their experiences. He told the new ministers that those who are no longer in the government have also contributed a lot and the new ministers should learn from them. Giving advice, Modi said that only the work of ministers matters and they should not fall into the vicious circle of getting media attention. He said that ministers should avoid unnecessary rhetoric.
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