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COVID-19: Violence against frontline workers not acceptable, says PM Modi

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COVID-19: Violence against frontline workers not acceptable, says PM Modi

COVID-19: Violence against frontline workers not acceptable, says PM Modi

During silver jubilee celebrations of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences on June 01, Prime Minister Narendra Modi stated that violence, abuse and rude behaviour against front-line workers is not acceptable.

He said, "Due to mob mentality those who are on duty be it doctors, nurses, sanitation workers are subject to violence.

I want to state it clearly- violence, abuse and rude behaviour against front-line workers is not acceptable.

Steps have been taken to protect you against any form of violence.

We have also provided an insurance cover of Rs 50 lakh for those who are on front-line.

" Prime Minister Narendra Modi launched the silver jubilee celebrations of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences in Karnataka, via video conferencing from the national capital.

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