NEW DELHI : After the first wave of COVID-19, the government, administration and the public have let their guard down, which has led to the current situation, RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat said on Saturday and urged people to stay positive and proactive to fight the pandemic.
Addressing a series of “Unlimited Positivity” lectures, Bhagwat said the country should stand united and work as a team in these difficult times, instead of pointing fingers.
“We are faced with this situation because, whether it is the government, the administration or the public, everyone has let their guard down after the first wave despite the indications of the doctors,” he said.
Bhagwat said there is talk of a third wave. But, “we will not be afraid. We will stand like a rock. “
“We need to stay positive and take precautions to stay COVID negative in the current situation,” he said.
The RSS chief said now was not the right time to point fingers and everyone should avoid making irrational remarks.
Citing the situation in England during World War II when everything seemed to be going against it, Bhagwat said that a quote was written on the desk of the then Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, which read: “He did not “There is no pessimism in this office. They do not exist”.
Likewise, he said, in this situation, “we cannot give up courage. We must also have a firm resolution. ”
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