Read 18 chapters of Bhagvad Gita in rest 18 days of lockdown: CM Kejriwal appeals to migrants
Invoking Bhagwat Gita in his appeal to migrant workers leaving the city, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today urged them to stay put in their houses and read the holy book Bhagvad Gita.
New Delhi: Invoking Bhagvad Gita in his appeal to migrant workers leaving the city, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal today urged them to stay put in their houses and rather read the holy book to counter Coronavirus.
“Read 18 chapters of Bhagavad Gita during the remaining 18 days of lockdown. We are doing that in our family,” he said.
— Newsroom Post (@NewsroomPostCom) March 29, 2020
“We need focus like Arjun in our fight against coronavirus,” he added.
Kejriwal following Centre’s footsteps ?
After Delhi CM exhorted people to turn their attention to Bhagvad Gita, debate began on social media over the intention behind this message. Some called it ‘Hindutva card’ while other taunted the AAP govt for ‘copying’ Modi model of governance.
It may be noted that the re-telecast of Ramayan on Doordarshan also raised many eyebrows with political rivals dubbing it a ‘dictatorial move’ by the Centre.
Arvind Kejriwal urges migrant workers leaving Delhi to stay backदिल्ली के मुख्यमंत्री अरविंद केजरीवाल ने अपने गांव पलायन कर रहे लोगों से एक बार फिर अपील की है कि लोग देशहित में दिल्ली छोड़कर अपने गांव न जाएं और जहां पर हैं, वहीं बने रहें। मुख्यमंत्री ने कहा है, “कुछ लोग अपने गांव जाने के लिए बेताब हैं। प्रधानमंत्री ने सबसे अपील की है कि आप अपने गांव न जाएं, जहां हैं वहीं रहें। क्योंकि इतनी भीड़ में आपको भी कोरोना होने का डर है, फिर आपके माध्यम से कोरोना आपके गांव और परिवार तक पहुंच सकता है। देश के अलग-अलग हिस्सों तक पहुंच जाएगा। उसके बाद देश को इस महामारी से बचाना मुश्किल होगा।
Posted by Newsroom Post on 2020 m. kovo 29 d., sekmadienis
Stay in Delhi, will pay your rent: Kejriwal to migrant workers
Kejriwal appealed to migrant labourers to stay where they are and not to go home. He assured to pay rent to landlords if the tenants are unable to pay it.
“I want to appeal to them with folded hands when the Prime Minister announced lockdown, he said ‘jo jahan hai wo wahi rahe (please stay wherever you are). This is the lockdown mantra. If we don’t follow this, we, the country will fail in the fight against coronavirus,” he said.
Hunger relief centres for feeding poor
Meanwhile, Delhi’s ruling party AAP has claimed that the state government has made arrangements in schools for lodging purposes.
Also, the Delhi govt has made over 500 hunger relief centres to offer free food to poor and need. Also, there is a google map via which you can trace this hunger relief centre.