In his recent address to combat Coronavirus, PM Modi has declared a nationwide 'Janta Curfew' on Sunday i.e March 22, 2020. He urged people to stay at home from 7 A.M to 9.PM. He also encouraged the citizens to step into their balconies and clap for the tireless doctors, nurses and other professionals who have working amidst the scare.
Here is what Netizens think about the Janta Curfew on Sunday:
I agree with everything the PM said. It's a good speech. Share its message widely!— Vir Das (@thevirdas) March 19, 2020
And spending a sunday like I've pretty much spent every single sunday....ain't that bad.
I'll even do the Italian thing at 5pm 🙂
This is the first time I am sending Modiji’s speech to my parents to convince them to stay indoors.— Sapan Verma (@sapanv) March 19, 2020
Leaders in the world: citizens don’t have to pay bills, stay inside, be prepared, this is a war, more facts that people want to war— Alankrutha (@alankruthahaha) March 19, 2020
M*di: if ur happy and u know it clap ur hands 👏🏼 👏🏼
okay so is “sankalp aur saiyyam” the new parampara and pratishtha???— Poulomi (@PouloCruelo) March 19, 2020
22nd March is also my son's 5th birthday.— Sorabh Pant (@hankypanty) March 19, 2020
I've convinced him that the whole country is staying home for him.
And at 5PM people will be cheering for him.
(P.S. If you're a doctor - genuine salute and big thanks to you - from my son and me.)
Janata Curfew is the keyword for the next couple of days.— rama lakshmi (@RamaNewDelhi) March 19, 2020
Had to convince my dad that architecture dosent come under essential services and he needs to cancel the meeting on Sunday and be home!— Pratik (@Pratik9T) March 19, 2020
#Jantacurfew ka swagat hai...— Annup Sonii (@soniiannup) March 19, 2020
Par agar @narendramodi ji aane wale religious festival ko bhi na celebrate karna ka samarthan maang lete toh achha hota🙏
But hopefully people will understand n restrain...3/1
He's putting us in isolation and giving us weird tasks. Modiji is the new Bigg Boss.— Karan Talwar (@BollywoodGandu) March 19, 2020
If you're grateful and you know it, clap your hands. But at 5 pm on the 22nd.— Kevin Lee (@kevinkennethlee) March 19, 2020
Sorry Sir, but with due respects, how does a #JantaCurfew for 12-14 hours on 1 day change anything???— Sanjay Jha (@JhaSanjay) March 19, 2020
Please provide economic relief immediately to our daily wage earners who are being devastated. And provide a fiscal stimulus to bleeding sectors.
okay modiji this whole address could have been an email— Poulomi (@PouloCruelo) March 19, 2020
I’m okay with janta curfew. But what’s this balcony mein jaake clapping. I’m a mumbaikar. I have no balcony. #modijibhina— Neha Agrawal (@neha202) March 19, 2020
This whole speech could literally be— Sahil Shah 🇮🇳 (@SahilBulla) March 19, 2020
"Stay home and don't panic".
Let's play that old song....IF YOU ARE HAPPY AND YOU KNOW IT, CLAP YOUR HANDS.— Dextryl Ferrao (@Dextryl) March 19, 2020
PM Modi: On 22nd March, from 7 am to 9pm, all countrymen have to follow 'Janta Curfew' #CoronaVirus— Anson D`souza (@Anson_nino) March 19, 2020
Bhakts: Mass rally in support of curfew with free snacks and green juice.
Let me know when the - mitaroñ Corona sey mera purana rishta hai- part comes.— DT (@DTHAPAR) March 19, 2020
oh god I don't want to know about your childhood ffs— Harish Iyengaar (@scaryhairyman) March 19, 2020
There's logic.— That wicked thing you do.. (@ZeHarpreet) March 19, 2020
Offices, shops, malls, gyms etc will be closed progressively.
22nd, as a Sunday, people will want to come out.
Staying at home will prevent large crowds gathering.
Plus there's no stopping him from repeating on 29th March & so forth.
The only Italian thing modiji approves😉— Besan Laddooh (@KhaneKLiyeJeena) March 19, 2020
Yes, the daily wage worker whose earnings are decreased by half the usual amount would truly benefit if we stand in our balconies clapping and banging the plates on curfew day when they aren't even on the roads to see that. :)— Shubham Kalamkar (@dfunnyintrovert) March 19, 2020
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