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Key Takeaways From PM Modi’s Message for Sunday 5th April 2020


As we head midway into the 21day lockdown, one of the biggest in the world, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation through a video message. This is his 3rd address to the nation post in less than 15 days. The first message was about Janata Curfew exactly 15 days back!

What did PM Modi Say today?

He thanked 1.30 billion people for their discipline and relentless support to the lockdown and went on to address the anxiety and nervousness of the people during the lockdown. He said “No one is alone. We are all in this together.”

PM Modi announced today that, “On Sunday, 5th April, at 9.00 pm, everyone should come out to their doors and balconies with lit up Diya, candle, torch or mobile flashlights and stand there for exactly 9 minutes. During these 9 minutes, all the lights of the house must be switched off. When we see lights lit all around us through the darkness, it will help us to underline the cause for which all of us are fighting together. It will make us aware that in this darkness, we are not alone. The power of 1.30 billion will motivate us to achieve our goals. We need to pursue the path of light in the darkness that the Corona pandemic has inflicted upon us.

Do’s and Don’ts on April 5th 9.00 pm


  • Switch off all the lights of your home
  • At exactly 9 pm, please stand at your doors, windows or balcony with a lit Diya, candle, torch or your mobile flashlight
  • Stand there for 9 minutes
  • Maintain social distancing at all times
  • We panacea


  • Don’t rush to buy diyas or candles. You can even light up with your mobile flashlights
  • Don’t go out of your homes on streets or your building compound
  • Don’t gather in group in and round your area.


5 April ko kya hai? Aao fir se diya jalaye…Ek jyot Corona se ladne ke liye!

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