The world media praised the Janata curfew campaign, a unique initiative of a country with a population of 1.3 billion.

On the appeal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the effect of Janata curfew was seen across the country. Applause and shells were played all over the country at 5 pm on Sunday to support the fight against the coronaviruses and the people fighting this battle. Public curfew was also mentioned in the world media. Al Jazeera wrote that the city was deserted on Modi's appeal.

On the appeal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the effect of Janata curfew was seen across the country. Applause and shells were played all over the country at 5 pm on Sunday to support the fight against Coronavirus and the people fighting this battle. Public curfew was also mentioned in the world media. Al Jazeera wrote that the city was deserted on Modi's appeal. Pakistan's news paper The Dawn wrote that Modi's appeal made the crowd disappear from the streets. Along with this, UK and Russia media houses also covered the Janata curfew.

The city ​​was deserted on the day of Al Jarira Janata curfew. People supported Prime Minister Modi's appeal and did not take to the streets. Roads in metros like New Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata became empty.


The Dawn stayed inside the homes of millions of Indians on Sunday on the appeal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. The public curfew was voluntary and there was no ban on the arrival of people, but Modi's appeal made the crowd disappear from the streets here.
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A UK news paper wrote that on the Prime Minister's appeal, a population of 1.3 billion showed overwhelming support and did not leave homes to prevent the infection of coronaviruses. After the curfew was introduced, several states were declared to have a long-term lockdown. The railway was halted, with 2.3 crore people traveling every day. In the evening, people clapped on the balcony and thanked the health workers.