PM's address to the nation: light candles or diyas, torches or mobile flashlights, for 9 minutes at 9 PM on the 5 of April

In that light, in that lustre, in that radiance, let us resolve in our minds that we are not alone, that no one is alone! 130 crore Indians are committed,through a common resolve!

My dear fellow citizens,
Today marks 9 days of the nationwide lockdown against the Corona pandemic. The discipline and spirit of service you have displayed during this periodis unprecedented, and embodies the true meaning of both.

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Government, administration and the public at large, have together made great efforts to manage the situation as best as possible.The manner in which you had expressed gratitude to all those fighting against the Coronavirus on Sunday 22 March, has today become an example for all countries. Many are replicating it now.

Whether it is people’s curfew, ringing bells, clapping hands or clanging plates;they have all made the nation realize its collective strength in these testing times. It has led to the deepening of thebelief that the nation can unite as one in thebattle against Corona. This collective spirit of yours, of the nation, can be seen manifesting itself during these times of lockdown.

Friends, today, when crores of people of this country are confined to their homes, it will be natural foranyone to question what they can do just by themselves.Some people may also be worriedabout how they are going to fight such a big battle on their own. Many will be concerned about how many more days they will have to spend like this.

Friends, this is certainly the time of a lockdown, andwe mostcertainly are confined to our own homes, but none of us is alone. The collective strength of 130 crore Indians is with each one of us, it is the strength of each one of us. It is required for our countrymen, to from time to time,experience the greatness, majesty and divinity of this collective strength.

Friends, in our country the citizenry is considered a manifestation of God itself. Therefore, when the nation is fighting such a huge battle, one should from time to time keep experiencing this collective superpower manifesting itself in the form of the people. This experience boosts our morale, gives us direction and clarity, a common aim as well as the energy to pursuethe same.

Friends, amidst the darkness spread by the Corona pandemic, we must continuously progress towards light and hope. We must continuously strive to take those of us most affected, our poor brothers and sisters, from disappointment to hope. We must end the darkness and uncertainty emanating from the crisis, by progressing towards lightand certainty. We must defeat the deep darkness of the crisis, by spreading the glory of lightin all four directions.

And that is why, this Sunday, on the 5 of April, we must all together, challenge the darkness spread by the corona crisis, introducing it to the power of light. On this 5 of April, we must awaken the superpower of 130 crore Indians. We must take the superresolve of 130 crore Indians to even greater heights.

On the 5 of April, on Sunday, I want 9 minutes from all you, at 9PM. Listen carefully, on the 5 of April, at 9 PM, turn off all the lights in your homes, stand at your doors or in you balconies, and light candles or diyas, torches or mobile flashlights for 9 minutes. I repeat, light candles or diyas, torches or mobile flashlights, for 9 minutes at 9 PM on the 5 of April.

At that time, if you have turned off all the lights of your homes, and each one of us in all directions has lit a diya; we will experience the superpower of light, clearly illuminating the common purpose we areall fighting for. In that
light, in that lustre, in that radiance, let us resolve in our minds that we are not alone, that no one is alone! 130 crore Indians are committed,through a common resolve!

Friends, I have one more prayer in this regard, that no one must assemble or gather anywherewhileparticipating in this program. Please do not go out on to the roads, lanes or your localities, do it at the doorstep or balconies of your own homes. One must never cross the ‘Lakshman Rekha’ of Social Distancing. Social Distancing should not be breached under any circumstances. This is the only panaceato break the chain of Corona virus.

So, on the 5 of April at 9 PM. Sit in solitude for some time and reminisce about Maa Bharati, picture the faces of 130 crore Indians.Experience the collective resolve, the collective superpower of 130 crore Indians.This will give us the strength to fight, as well as the confidence to win, in this hour of crisis.

It has been said here that –
Utsaho Balwaan Arya,
Na Asti Utsaah Param Balam |
Sah Utsahasaya Lokeshu,
Na Kinchit Api Durlabham ||”

Meaning, there is no greater force in the world than our passion and our spirit. That there is nothing in the world that we cannot achieve on the basis of this strength. Come, let us come together and jointly defeat this Corona virus, and make India victorious.

Thank you very much!
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Mizo

Khua leh tui duh tak te u,Vawiin hi Corona pandemic avanga rampum lockdown ni 9-na a ni a. Mahni inkhuahkhirh theihna leh inpekna inlantirna hi a ropui a ni.
Sawrkar, khawtlang khaihruaitu leh mipuiten he hun khirh tak kan tawh lai hian kan zavaia that tlan na turin a theih ang angin hna an thawk a. March 22-a kan inlungrualna kan lantir khan ram dang tana entawn tur a ni a. Hmun hrang hrangah an ti ve mek bawk.
Curfew a ni emaw khuang tih rik emaw kut beng a ni emaw kan zavaia kan in lungrualna kha hun khirh kan tawh laia kan tanrualna lantir tu a ni a. Hei hian corona kan dona a kan ram inlungrualna a lantir a, lockdown laia kan awm dan hian kan tanrual zia a ti lang bawk.
Thiante u, vawiin hian mi vaibelchhe tam tak mahni in theuh ah an tawm a ni a, mi thenkhat chuan an mahni in he indona an do dan an ngaihtuah laiin mi thenkhat chuan engtianga rei nge hetiang hian an awm ang tih an ngaihtuah a.
Thiante u, hun khirh tak kan tawng mek a, mahni inah mahni in tawm mah ila, tumah hi kan mal lo a ni. India mi vbch 130 chuang kan zingah hian an awm a,  an zavaia chakna te hi kan kiangah a awm tih i hre leh ang u.
Thiante u, kan ram hian Pathian awmpuina kan dawng nasa em em a. He indona lian taka kan tel lai hian kan tanrualna te leh kan inluangrualna te hi a thar in i ti lang zel ang u.
Thiante u, Corona pandemic chhum dum tak hian min hual vel mahse, beiseina leh eng hi kan kiangah a awm tih hria ila. Hei vang hian he natna hrileng in a tihbuai kan unaute beiseina ti chhe tu i ni lo ang u. Thim leh kan rilru manganna te hian minti chhe lo se, beiseina eng chu i keng nung reng ang u.
Hei vang hian Sunday, April ni 5 hian kan zavaiin corona buaina in min tih manganna te chu do thar leh ila, keimahni theuhah eng chu i ti nung leh ang u. April ni 5 hian India mi 130 cr chuang te hi ti harh thar leh ila, beiseina nung nen i nung leh ang u.
5th April, Sunday hian kan zavaiin zan dar 9 ah munute 0 chhung kan in-a light te chu ti thim vek ila, kan in kawt theuh ah candle emaw diya emaw toch emaw mobile flashlight i ti eng ang u. Kan sawi nawn ange- Minute 9 chhung candle emaw diya emaw torch emaw mobile flashlight Sunday zan dar 9 hian i ti eng theuh ang u.
Kan ina light theuh te kan off hnuah, eng chuan min ti harh thar leh anga. Kan vela eng in chhi dang kan hmuh te chuan keimahni in kan awm lo tih a entir dawn a ni. India mi 130 cr te inlungrualna lantir tu a ni bawk ang.
Thiante u, he hunah hian tumah pawnah chhuakin awmkhawm lo turin ka ngen che u a. Khawlaiah tumah chhuak lovin mahni in kawngkhar emaw balcony ah emaw tih tur a ni. Khawngaihin eng hunah mah social distancing kha iti khaihlak lo ang u.
Tichuan, he hunah hian mahni theuhin India mi 130 cr te kha kan mithla anga, chakna thar kan in pe leh dawn a nia.
Hetiang hian an sawi a,
Utsaho Balwaan Arya,

Na Asti Utsaah Param Balam Sah Utsahasaya Lokeshu,

Na Kinchit Api Durlabham 
A awmzia chu khawvelah hian kan chhungril huaisenna leh thlarau aia thil ti thei hi a awm lo a ni. He huaisenna thlarau nei tur hian min dang thei engmah a awm lo. Hawh u Corona virus do tur hian tang khawm leh ila, India hi hnehna i pe ang u.
Ka lawm e.
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