Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday urged folks to alter their habits and make the rules to comprise unfold of coronavirus part of tradition.
In a digital interplay with representatives of assorted Varanasi-based non-governmental organisations (NGOs), he stated habits like spitting on roads (or public locations) must be junked.
“Now spitting on roads, and that too our “Benarasi paan”, we have to change the habit,” he stated.
The Prime Minister was apparently referring to the well-known Benarasi pan and other people’s behavior of spitting it out in public locations.
“Secondly, we don’t have to give up the practice of maintaining social distancing of at least two yards, covering face and washing hands. (We should) not let anyone forget it,” PM Modi stated.
He stated these new habits must be ingrained in Indian tradition and in addition pitched for discarding using single-use plastic.
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