Ram Navami 2021: Narendra Modi greets people, asks them to follow COVID-appropriate behaviour
'The message of Lord Ram to all of us is that we should follow the boundaries of appropriate behaviour', said the prime minister
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi greeted the nation on Ram Navami on Wednesday and asked people to follow the COVID-19 guidelines, saying the message of Lord Ram to all of us is that we should follow the appropriate behaviour.
"May Lord Shri Ram's boundless compassion always remain on the countrymen," he tweeted.
The festival is celebrated to mark the birth of Lord Ram.
Modi asked people to follow all the protocols in place to avoid getting the infection and keep the mantra of "dawai bhi, kadai bhi" (yes to medicine and yes to caution) in mind.
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