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Narendra Modi shares video, asks 'bal sena' to ensure adults stay at home

Mid-Day Thursday, 26 March 2020 ()
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced a nation-wide lockdown for the next 21 days in his televised speech on Tuesday. The lockdown has been put in place to contain the spread of Coronavirus, that has been wrecking lives of people across the globe.

The prime minister has now tweeted in Hindi entrusting the responsibilities...
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