Second wave of COVID ‘toofan’ has shaken India, says Narendra Modi

New Delhi: Amid the steep rise in COVID cases in India, the country’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the second wave of coronavirus ‘toofan’ (storm) has shaken the country and our patience and capacity to bear the pain.

“I am speaking to you at a time when COVID-19 is testing our patience and capacity to bear the pain. Many of our loved ones left us untimely. After successfully tackling 1st wave, the nation’s morale was high, it was confident but this storm (2nd wave) has shaken the nation,” PM Modi said.

During the 76th episode of the ‘Mann ki Baat’ radio programme, PM Modi spoke to doctors, nurses and frontline workers, who shared their experience and views on the disease, and expressed confidence that people will soon come out of this crisis.

The over 30-minute broadcast was entirely focussed on the pandemic, which has been rampaging across the country for weeks, with Modi asserting that defeating the disease is the biggest priority.

He urged countrymen to go for vaccination against the disease and cautioned them against rumours about it.

“Mann ki Baat” is the Prime Minister’s monthly radio address to the nation, which is broadcast on the last Sunday of every month.


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