Maulvis should convince people not to venture outside and get themselves tested : Khattar
Haryana

Maulvis should convince people not to venture outside and get themselves tested : Khattar

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Chandigarh, Apr 11: Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar urged the people to not leave any stone unturned in the fight against COVID-19 and to fight this battle together.

The person, who will fight this epidemic with all his efforts, will make a place for himself in history, he said while addressing the people of the state on live television on Friday. Sharing an anecdote about Battle of Khanwa fought between Rana Sanga and Babur’s forces, the Chief Minister appealed to the people of Mewat that all the Mewati brothers should fight together in the battle against COVID-19 like Shaheed Hasan Khan Mewati fought against Babur's forces along with Rana Sanga.

"If Mewat is with us in the fight against this pandemic then there is no difficulty in driving away this disease from Mewat," he said and urged the people of Nuh district to show the strength to fight this battle.

Mr Khattar stressed upon the importance of Mewat and urged the Maulvis that they should convince the people not to venture outside and to get themselves tested and to complete the 14-day quarantine period if somebody has returned or gone outside.

He said that in Haryana 13 out of 14 Italian patients had been discharged from the hospital after recovering fully.

The Chief Minister appealed to the people of the state to wear masks and maintain social distancing when they leave the safety of their homes. Asha Workers, Anganwadi Workers and Self Help Groups are also performing their duties with caution.

Similarly, doctors, nursing staff, pharmaceutical staff, ambulance staff, lab technicians, class IV personnel, health services personnel, and police staff are vigorously implementing the lockdown system in the state.

Likewise, employees and officers of Local Bodies, Panchayat Department, District Administration, public representatives, representatives from Business and Industries and volunteers of social organizations are also engaged in this work. (UNI

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