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Stay where you are, don’t panic and run to your villages, PM Modi urges people | India News

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NEW DELHI: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday night urged people not to panic from their workplace towns and rush to their villages.

In a series of tweets in Hindi, Prime Minister Modi warned that traveling on crowded trains and buses would not only endanger people’s lives, but would also endanger the lives of their relatives and relatives in the villages.

“Please stay where you are. With this, we can all prevent the disease from spreading. We are playing to our health by crowding the railway stations and bus stops. Please worry about yourself and your family; don’t leave your home if so no need, “said PM Modi.

“Due to the coronavirus scare, many of my brothers and sisters are leaving the cities where they work to quickly return to their villages. Traveling on congested trains and buses can increase the risk of spreading the infection. Please stay where you are as you might put it. to people in their villages at risk, “he said in another tweet.

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