Raising wishes on the occasion of Diwali, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Saturday expressed his respect for British Hindus, Sikhs and Jains for helping others during the British Korean virus epidemic (Kovid-19).
In a video message he posted on his Twitter handle, Johnson can be seen lighting a lamp. Johnson said he was confident that “we will conquer Kovid-19”.
“Happy Diwali and Bandichordivas! I know the celebrations will be different this year, but I am filled with the respect of British Hindus, Sikhs and Jains who have gone out of their way to help others in this epidemic, ”he tweeted.
In its message, the UK Prime Minister talked about how Diwali would be different this year under the shadow of coronovirus and urged people to follow social distances to prevent the spread of the disease.
“Namaste and Happy Diwali to all. Millions of lamps are being lit once again as Diwali is a magnificent festival. And of course, I knew that this year, as with many other events, Diwali would not be the same. People are making huge sacrifices in this country, your life has been stopped, I know, your work and business have been disrupted. Let us all take comfort in the heart of this glorious festival, and that many millions of Diwali lights around the world shine through the darkness as a ray of hope for a better future.
“Diwali celebrates the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance. Therefore, I am confident that we will win more than Kovid-19. And as we all pull together, and play our part in defeating this virus, I am filled with everyone and the way British Hindus, Sikhs and Jains have posed this challenge, and helping others Surprising doctors and nurses have gone out of their way to take care of the sick people in this crisis, for the temples that have used their kitchens to feed the vulnerable and support our key workers We do, “
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