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PM Narendra Modi said - India started a war against Coronavirus in time

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On the occasion of BJP's 40th Foundation Day, PM Narendra Modi said on Monday that India's efforts to tackle the Coronavirus global epidemic have set a different example to the world. India is one of the countries in the world that understood the severity of the corona and in time started a widespread war against it.

He said that India took many decisions at every level, one by one, being proactive. These decisions also gained momentum with the cooperation of state governments. The speed and inclusiveness with which India has acted. Not only India, but the World Health Organization has also praised it.

PM Modi said that the country has taken many decisions one after the other. Every effort was made to bring those decisions to the ground. Concerned that there should be no shortage of progress with all governments.

PM Narendra Modi said, 'Our party's foundation day has come at a time when not only the country but the whole world is going through a difficult time. This environment full of challenges further enhances our values, our dedication, our commitment to serving the country.



Prime Minister Narendra Modi said, 'Last night at 9 o'clock, we have seen the collective power of 130 crore countrymen. Every class, people of all ages, rich and poor, educated and illiterate, all together, bowed to this strength of solidarity and strengthened their resolve to fight against Coronavirus. ' He said that the maturity shown by the people of India at the time of lockdown is unprecedented.

PM Narendra Modi said that it is a long battle. Neither to be tired nor to be defeated. It is to win even after a long battle. To emerge victoriously. Today the nation's goal is one, mission one, and resolution is one - victory in the fight against the Coronavirus epidemic.

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