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Don’t use alcohol-based hand sanitisers before lighting diyas: Center

New Delhi: The federal government cautioned folks in opposition to using alcohol-based hand sanitisers earlier than lighting candles or diyas on Sunday as they’re inflammable.

The Military additionally made an identical attraction and stated use cleaning soap to clean fingers.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday had urged folks to modify off lights at their houses and lightweight lamps, candles or activate cell phone torches for 9 minutes at 9 pm on April 5 to show the nation’s “collective resolve” to defeat the novel coronavirus.

In a video message of over 11 minutes, PM Modi had additionally requested folks to take care of the “lakshman rekha” of social distancing by staying indoors and never getting collectively in teams through the train.

“Please refrain from using alcohol-based hand sanitisers tomorrow before lighting candles or diyas,” Okay S Dhatwalia, Principal Director Normal of PIB, stated at a media briefing.

The Further Directorate Normal of Public Info (ADG-PI) stated, “On 5 April 20, let us be careful while lighting diyas or candles. Use soaps to wash your hands and not alcohol based sanitizers prior to lighting. Together we will fight COVID-19.”

PM Modi had stated as soon as folks all over the place mild up lamps, diyas or show flashlights of their cellphones at their doorsteps or balconies after turning off the lights at residence, it’s going to emerge on this “superpower” of brightness that “we are all fighting with a collective resolve.”

(PTI)

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