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Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke at the UN headquarters in New York on September 27, 2019.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke at the UN headquarters in New York on September 27, 2019. Drew Angerer / Getty Images

Prime Minister Narendra Modi urged the people of India to take and take measures, such as using face masks and maintaining social distances in society, as the country prepares to alleviate a nationwide lockdown starting Monday.

Giving his monthly radio address, Modi praised India’s fight against Covid-19, especially in the light of its large population. India is the second most populous country in the world after China.

The country endured the suffering, but everyone decided to pursue it, Modi said.

He also applauded aid groups, including NGOs and volunteer organizations, saying his commitment to serve the people in need is part of India’s morality, and the country is displaying it particularly in the middle of the pandemic.

Modi also migrant crisis the country says that in the face of the country-wide deadlock, no part of the country is affected by the current situation. Migrants, poor people and laborers are the worst affected.

Modron said victory over the coronavirus pandemic will also depend on innovation. He added that the road to victory on the coronavirus is long and the world has never experienced anything like this before.

He also talked about the recent crises to affect the nation. Cyclone Amphan and promised herd of carob and all possible help to the affected.

The Indian Interior Ministry has released a three-stage plan to remove existing locking restrictions starting Monday.

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