Our mantra for 2021 is “dawai bhi aur kadaai bhi”: PM Modi | India News

NEW DELHI: PM Narendra Modi on Thursday he said that the new year 2021 “comes with the hope of treatment”, as PREPARATIONS are in full swing to ensure that the Indian-made vaccine against Covid-19 reaches every eligible category across the country.
All necessary preparations are underway to run the world’s largest vaccination program, Modi said as he urged people not to guard against coronavirus infection and to strictly follow the appropriate Covid rules even after vaccination.
“Earlier, I said, ‘Dawai nahi toh dheelai nahi.’ Now I say “Dawai bhi aur kadaai (caution) bhi”. Our mantra for 2021 is “Dawai bhi aur kadaai bhi”, ” PM Modi he said after laying the foundation stone of All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Rajkot, Ahmedabad.
He also warned people against any rumors about vaccination.
“Different people for their personal interests or because of irresponsible behavior have spread various rumors. Rumors may spread when vaccination begins, some have already begun, “he said, urging people to pay attention to such rumors and for responsible citizens to refrain from posting on social media without checking.
Describing 2021 as the “year of health solutions,” Modi said India has emerged as the nerve center of global health and has effectively tackled the coronavirus pandemic over time.
He said India is in a much better position due to effective steps and Indian evidence of rescuing victims. coronal it was much better than other countries.
“I am sure the people of the country would do it similar efforts for mass vaccination as introduced to limit the spread of the virus.
About one crore of people have recovered from Covid-19 and the number of daily fresh cases in India is declining. 2021 comes with a new hope for treatment “, added Modi.
“If 2020 was the year of health challenges, 2021 will be the year of health solutions. We see how diseases are globalizing. The world will be more aware and alert to health and will look for more solutions. This is when the whole world needs to come together to develop answers. Working in silos will not help, ”he said.
India, he said, will play a key role in these efforts alongside its competent medical professionals, experience and expertise in mass immunization and providing technology-integrated global healthcare solutions through its startups and the startup ecosystem that assisted better and affordable medical care.
The prime minister also acknowledged the efforts of doctors, health workers and other front-line warriors who have constantly put their lives at stake to fight the pandemic. He praised the efforts of scientists and all those who provided food to the poor during this difficult time, with full dedication.
The Prime Minister noted that this year he has shown that when India unites, it can effectively deal with the most difficult crisis.