15th May 2021 11:05:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

New Delhi, May 15: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) Sarsanghchalak Dr. Mohan Bhagwat today said that with determination, persistent efforts and patience, the country will definitely overcome the Corona crisis. 
Stating that this is not the time for blame game, he said the need of the hour is for all sections of society to make a collective effort to overcome the crisis.
He was addressing the fifth and last day of the lecture series 'Hum Jitenge - Positivity Unlimited'. 'If everyone works together as a team, then due to this collective effort, we can move ahead at a much faster pace. This is the time when we need to forget all our differences, we have to work together.' Adding that there may be further impact on the economy in the coming days, he asked people to prepare for it. There is no need to panic as these are future challenges and this would help us to prepare in time to meet the challenges that we are likely to face, he said.
Urging people to assist and support organisations engaged in service work, Dr Bhagwat asked  people to care about  families around them which are facing economic difficulties.
"Bharat is an ancient nation and it has overcome many crisis in the past. This time also we will win. For this, we have to keep Corona out of our body while our mind should be full of positivity. In such a challenging situations, one shouldn't despair but rather take a resolve to fight and win this battle. Humanity has overcome many such obstructions in the past and has kept on moving ahead," he said.
Organized by the 'Covid Response Team', this lecture series was broadcast from May 11 -15. The aim of this lecture series was to contribute towards efforts to create a positive environment in society which would help to overcome the Corona crisis.

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