Indian Army ready to fight Corona, will start 'Namaste' campaign

New Delhi: India is working on a war footing to control the Coronavirus. The country has been declared a lockdown for 21 days. The Indian Army is also in full readiness to fight this deadly virus and has so far built eight quarantine centers in the country. 724 cases have been registered of Corona in India so far and 19 people have died.

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According to the report of the news agency ANI, the Indian Army has named the operation against Covid 19 as 'Operation Namaste'. He has told that the army has so far established 8 quarantine centers in the country. Indian Army Chief General Manoj Mukund Narwane has said that the Army has been successful in all operations in the past and will also successfully carry out 'Operation Namaste'. He said that as the Army Chief, my priority is to keep our army safe.

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He has said that we will be able to do our duty only when we are safe from the infection of coronavirus. If we have to help our countrymen, then we will be able to help them only when we are safe, healthy. The Northern Command of the Army has asked its soldiers returning from vacation or external duty to report directly to the screening centers set up at various transit camps. This step was taken as part of measures being taken to control the spread of coronavirus.

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