‘2020 is gone, Covid-19 hasn’t’: A warning bell in Delhi CM’s New Year message – india news


Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi, posted a video message on Friday wishing people on the New Year. The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader also saluted the medical workforce for their contribution all through the coronavirus pandemic as he warned people against laxity in 2021.

“2020 is gone, coronavirus hasn’t,” Kejriwal said in a video message. “The new year brings with it new hopes. May your entire stay happy, healthy and affluent. Happy new year!” he said.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at the side of other leaders such as vice president Venkaiah Naidu and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief JP Nadda, also extended his wishes for the New Year.

PM Modi prayed for the spirit of ‘hope and wellness’ to prevail in the upcoming year. “Wishing you a happy 2021! May this year bring good health, delight and prosperity. May the spirit of hope and wellness prevail,” he tweeted.

“I convey my warm greetings and best wishes to all our citizens as we step into the New Year 2021. Let’s welcome the New Year with the spirit of hope as we tender good-bye to a year that has taught us many life lessons through one of the vital disruptive pandemics in recent reminiscence,” the vice president’s office tweeted.

BJP chief Nadda prayed for delight, prosperity and good health of everyone in the new year. “Wishing you all a more than happy 2021! I pray that this year brings delight, prosperity and good health in everyone’s lives,” he tweeted.

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