President and Vice President lit lamps with PM Modi, solidarity seen in India
President and Vice President lit lamps with PM Modi, solidarity seen in India

There is a danger of coronavirus at this time and after the appeal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in the war against it, people across the country have given the biggest message of solidarity by lighting a lamp and a candle. During this time not only ordinary people but PM Modi himself was also involved. People lit lamps and candles outside their houses and on the windows. Fireworks also happened in some places. After PM Modi's appeal, the whole country showed up with PM Modi and everyone lit the doors of their homes, lit a candle, someone switched on the flash of mobile and someone flashlight.

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Yesterday at 9 o'clock in the corner of the whole country, people switched off the lights for 9 minutes and lit Diya-candles. During this time, the whole country gave a message of solidarity in the ongoing war against the Coronavirus. During this time even Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself was not left behind; he lit lamps at his residence. His mother also stepped forward and lit the lamps. During this time, people lit lamps in every corner of India from Kashmir to Kanyakumari after PM Modi's appeal. Along with this, the President and Vice President also lit lamps for the fight against Corona.

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BJP leaders including BJP President JP Nadda, Home Minister Amit Shah, Union Minister Prakash Javadekar, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla gave a message of solidarity by lighting a lamp. Indeed, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had appealed that, "On April 5, at 9 o'clock on Sunday night, people should turn off the lights of their houses and stand at the door-window to light a lamp, candle or a mobile flashlight- Light up with a flashlight. Through this power, we want to give the message that the people of the country are united. "The PM said," Only on the strength of solidarity can this epidemic be defeated. "

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