Face the juncture with courage: Dharmendra Pradhan
Bhubaneswar: Union Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has urged people to show the utmost courage to face the present juncture. Pradhan in a social media post said patience pays at this moment and added that the people must come forward to face the challenge.
The union minister said the need of the hour is to stay safe by staying clean. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has described the present situation as more horrendous than the world war, Pradhan said and added that the government of India is taking ample measures to tackle the menace of coronavirus.
He appealed to the politicians, youth mass, mass media, and the government employees to work in cohesion to tackle the menace. He urged the persons arriving in India from abroad to register themselves for the good of the country and humanity and added that they should not fear to take such steps.
The union minister urged the people to make the Janta Curfew called upon by the Prime Minister and stay inside the home to banish the deadly coronavirus. The minister said we must take the opportunity to extend our heartfelt thanks to the doctors and nurses who work day in and out to serve us.
We must blow the conch and clap at the end of Janta Curfew to thank those who are trying their best to provide us treatment to overcome the deadly disease.
Pradhan appreciated the efforts of Odisha government in tackling the crisis and said Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken the lead at SAARC to contain the deadly coronavirus.