• Santushti Raj Thapar

SOCIAL DISTANCING is the season's phrase. We've all enjoyed the tragedy of being "alone together," lamenting the lack of physical sociality in an age in which everyone is glued to their screens.

India was at PM urges under Janta Curfew on March 22. He praised Indians for their conscientious commitment and warned the country again on March 24 that the Coronavirus is spreading so rapidly that the risk is that given all their efforts. He also pled precautionary to preserve' internal isolation' in order to battle the pandemic and interrupt the chain of infection. He has imposed the lockout or strict self curfew for more than 21 days in light of the current circumstance. “It seems like we're all free from [novel] coronavirus over the past few days. The assumption is not right. Prime Minister acknowledged that himself. According to PM "Resolution and discipline are very necessary for the battle against this global epidemic. However, given all, I'm worried that only Janata curfew, social distancing, and appreciation can work? From here on, let's remember that vulnerability-induced social distancing isn't just something that happens to other people, but we're all sliding in and out of it all the time, and we need to address it.

Therefore, if the global Covid-19 pandemic doesn't fall under control, it might very well become the year's word. When we show care in contact-never before was interaction so strongly feared-and hyphenated words such as "self-quarantine" and "isolation facilities" and "emergency packaging" are part of our daily vocabulary. There have been too many who have practiced social isolation, not as an option but as a means of survival, and we have never given heed to how to bring them into our culture.

The forced social distancing will hit metropolises such as Mumbai, New Delhi, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Kolkata and tourism centers such as Goa. But it comes at a period when, according to Bloomberg Economics ' production tracker, the rural economy, which accounts for 45 percent of gross domestic product, shrank in January for the seventh time in eight months. If city employment end, the workers shift to the villages, placing further pressure on already low rural incomes. Anemic consumer credit and stagnant economic development were still dragging each other down; a moratorium on unsecured loans to the urban poor would make the problem even worse.

PM Modi, on the other hand, also urged people who are economically stable to be considerate of their workers and home help. "Please take note of their welfare and do not withhold their pay for this amount of time, because they do need funds to keep their families healthy and purchase drugs," the PM said. Delhi Govt informs all divisions of the corporate sector including multinationals, IT businesses, sectors, corporate offices based in Delhi's NCT to enable their workers to operate from home till 31 March.

But I'm anxiously concerned that they do not apply for El or have recourse to sick leave should they fall ill or have to self-isolate. Who'll place the money in their wallet?

So if they're a small business owner who's concerned about paying workers, then they'll be offered a conditional salary allowance to hold employees on the payroll.

In a highly informal economy like India, none of this is straightforward. The lockdowns that anxious cities and states are now pressured to enforce on the coronavirus to slow down might improve livelihoods in ways that will be impossible for government programs to combat. Shopping malls, cinemas, and bars with hospitals, universities, and the zoo are locked.

The burden of virus-protection would fall heavily on the weak. India has more than 100 million Microfinance accounts, supported in cash per week by gig-economy employees who hawk veggies in street corners or embroider saris offered in malls, among others. Three out of four employees earn a living by passively working with others, or in their family enterprises and farms. Prolonged shutdowns would hinder their capacity to repay 2.1 trillion rupees ($28.5 billion) in loans, placing at risk the world's biggest micro-finance market. Self-help organizations ensuring prompt repayments will benefit the sector and hold the lines of credit available for the vulnerable. It will avoid further loss of safety in India's financial sector. No economy is resistant to a pathogen that spreads rapidly. Especially if the operation becomes more systematically organized, In the case of equity, cash, tax rebates, wage increases, or leasing concessions, policymakers may at least seek to hit the pressure points.

One especially disadvantaged group is those in poverty, especially when private healthcare is costly and unavailable to all, while the efficiency of public hospitals lags behind. According to a World Bank brief from last year, around 176 million Indians were living in severe poverty an of 2015. But perhaps most critically, this situation, in which we are all unexpectedly helpless, reveals how frequently we have ignored the interests of others who were disadvantaged and unwilling to partake in status-quo social experiences-single parents, students with disabilities, people with diminished immunity, people who did not have the means to travel to events every day, people who could not attend events Importantly, for their protection citizens who are underpaid, hand to mouth. Perhaps, making such assumptions is too early. Just now have micro-lenders recovered from a non-performing loan crisis triggered by the overnight prohibition of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on 86 percent of cash in 2016. Hard to take some more poor news. While as far as my concern was concerned, on the one side, the budgetary condition of New Delhi was parlous before the coronavirus. Although, ideally, a mix of interest rate reductions and plunging import crude oil rates would hold a veil on long-term debt yields. The best approach for coping with the epidemic would be speeding up borrowings to secure livelihoods. The irregular aspect of the economy ensures relief can not be aimed at businesses— it must touch households.

On the other side, Modi's government invests 4,300 crores over Rs in ads shockingly: RTI. From June 2014 to March 2015, the government invested Rs 424.85 crore on print ads, Rs 448.97 crore on online media, and Rs 79.72 crore on the outdoor advertisement, according to reports I got to see. Up to now, Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government has only invested Rs 4,343.26 on advertisement and ads across different media, it was reported under RTI, On Monday a blogger said here. Throughout the preparation for President Donald Trump's visit, India invested Rs 130 crore on those 10 items. According to a report by the Centre for Media Studies (CMS), a non-profit multidisciplinary academic think-tank, a spectacular Rs 55,000-60,000 crore was invested at the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. The number is approximate twice the amount the CMS forecasts at Rs 30,000 for the last general polls in 2014. There are at least 75 to 85 seats in which individual candidates invested more than Rs 40 crore which is more than 50 times the EC's approved spending cap (Rs 70 lakh) per candidate in a constituency. The problem is increasing relevance in the view of the spending provision produced in the Union Spending 2020-21 for the SPG, a 3,000-strong group of unique commandos. For 2020-21 the elite SPG group has received rs. 592.55 crore-an improvement in expenditure allocation by around 10 percent.

To all people who are facing unemployment or escaping domestic abuse, growers, youth employees, or aboriginal groups-what the strategy is, the govt has taken intervention. To them?.

Unquestionably, Govt, in battle with biological weapons (COVID-19). Has been in close contact with provinces and territories, tribal members, and groups, as well as with foreign counterparts. Masses have been continuously compassionate and forbearing in much of this lockout. Govt: Govt. Arrogantly silenced, but enough spare them so that they can live in a lock-down era. American Govt and Canadian Govt. Together, a $27 trillion program has been initiated to support all Canadians move through these daunting and extraordinary times. They also declared a total of $82 billion, together with other initiatives, to help their people and their industry that's more than 3 percent of their GDP. On the opposite, India's attempts to counter the coronavirus epidemic can not be contrasted with China, because the latter has an "industrial machine" that can drive citizens into social distancing, Home Affairs Minister G Krishna Reddy said Friday. The propagation of COVID-19 in one form or another is calling out to us all to change our everyday habits. This might mean operating from home, or it could mean deciding whether to temporarily close the company. Masses are worried about their work, paying the bills, taking care of the babies. Yet our govt is. It expected or trained to get us out. Failed to govt. Announce a number of steps currently in effect to preserve workers and the economy, from revised health security laws to corporate finance? Aside from the aforementioned, where's the govt. So what is the strategy for all those dealing with deprivation or escaping domestic abuse, migrants, youth people or indigenous peoples-what is the roadmap, the govt's concerted intervention. For them? This govt I am anxiously surprised. Will expend vast sums on voting, defense and ads, accepting foreign visitors including the largest democratic government. India is not trained or expected at this critical period to assist financially the poor people As a Govt for Democracy. Govt: 1.5 billion. Cant have heart weak.

To understand how India is equipped to combat the Covid-19 pandemic, I need to look into its epidemic history, India has faced many such "new illness" outbreaks over the past three decades. HIV entered India in 1984, undetected. Unfortunately, like programs fighting HIV, measles, leprosy, and polio, it also remains a "vertical" one-disease initiative 2001, Siliguri, West Bengal, was affected by the Nipah virus epidemic but stayed undiagnosed following 66 cases and 48 deaths. In late 2002, extreme acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) originated in China and started expanding globally in early 2003. Given this, India adopted the WHO procedure to scan air travelers from contaminated locations and check and quarantine any suspected of being contaminated. Throughout 2009, India attempted to avoid the pandemic influenza H1N1 from entering by inspecting all arrivals at airports, but as a stealthy virus, it entered and spread rapidly and broadly. For brevity, we should miss the cases of chikungunya (2002) and Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever (2011) and fast-forward towards 2020. The coronavirus activity named SARS-CoV-2 which causes COVID-19 is similar to pandemic H1N1 flu, which has continued as seasonal flu, than to SARS, which was quickly removed. Now Covid's the mayhem— 19. What did India look to them? What lessons did those outbreaks teach us? Unfortunately, India possibly lacks adequate hospital beds for the number of people expected to be infected according to a survey. But beyond a matter of hospital efficiency, it's a matter of public health system faith. Most public hospitals in India are overcrowded, there is a shortage of workers, patients have expressed with his complaints of being handled poorly in public hospitals — an incident that could reduce their likelihood of going there.

Today, whether responsibly or uncautiously, India has so far performed tests for 3,400 patients, although the number of people diagnosed with theCovid-19 virus is still less than 150. Critics claim that for a million people the South Koreans screened 4813 people while India checked as little as 3500+ with a population of 1.2 billion. Now a query emerges, isn't history repeating itself that India is able to combat epidemic one more time? Are we checking enough Covid-19-patients? Many have posed the question of the number of tests currently being carried out by India-of course, some of them are a legitimate concern and some of them are simply using a reason to rail about the union government. My fear is that "checks a million" doesn't mean so much; in general the priority right now will be to train the program for the epidemic's height. However, PM talked to the medical and research institution and safety experts on 24 March. The Central Govt. Has dedicated 15,000 crore rupees to improve the nation's health system for the care of patients with Coronavirus through the fund govt. The number of research rooms, personal protective devices, insulation units, ICU beds, ventilators, and other critical devices will also be expanded along with this preparation of medical and paramedical personnel. PM has said he advised the state govt.that its focus at this period should be just health care. However, the problem others have is: are we doing enough testing? When we check more broadly we're going to report more successful Covid-19 cases?

Moreover, who knows any more stories will happen this year? It's just March after all, so although we're confronting economic catastrophe, it's covering 19 chemical weapons, it's indicative of our times that we will always have to wait to see what else may arise. However, the trick to handling the epidemic of COVID-19 is to recognize patients with symptoms early enough that they may be identified, but sometimes individuals do not come forward until they have developed symptoms and transmit the disease. However, I would believe that people would not come forward in rural areas with a poor primary health care system, as they are not persuaded that coming forward would mean anything. Experts also agree that drastic social distancing steps such as those adopted by China and Italy, which has quarantined the entire nation of 60 million inhabitants, owing to the vast number of citizens residing in slums and cramped conditions, are not "remotely feasible in India" According to The Guardian, statistics from India's national census for 2011 reveal that one out of six urban Indians stays in crowded slum housing conditions.

One interactive news site has established a novel "check per million people" metric to display India as far behind countries like South Korea, the United States, the UK, Italy, and China. This is ridiculous, to say the least, and not only because the population of India is more than any of these countries put together. According to Indian Express, however, Indian authorities are expected to start checking 20 samples a week for population transmission. Yet no such experiments have been carried out so far. That is one significant explanation why reports of India doing a decent job of preventing the spread of the virus are extremely premature: lack of evidence is no confirmation of absence. That said, ICMR chief executive Balram Bhargava, Recently India was informed that India had a "30-day window to avoid the start of population transmission of COVID-19 incidents"–suggesting that hospitals will also start accepting possible population transmission incidents from about April onwards. Obviously these issues are better stated than achieved, in particular maintaining the availability of rooms, personnel, and supplies for treating each individual, however, if India's healthcare system can not guarantee such outcomes, the virus may well be havoc in India. In fact, given the gulf between the demand for good quality healthcare in India and supply as determined by expenditure, medical infrastructure training, and other factors, the government's decision to impose travel and recreational restrictions may not be as misguided as some belief, although the government is still obliged to quantify the extent to which each of these measures worked when the pandemic occurred We will grasp anxiety before leaping to the assumption that we should be studying more? Yeah yes. Yet are theCovid-19 cases in India small because we didn't do enough testing? We will realize that no it is not totally.

Eventually, I would say that COVID-19 does not honor national boundaries, democratic structures, or cultural traditions. It is as never affects us. Faced with the pandemic it doesn't matter what happens. It's not a simple time. Yet they'll get stronger. So let's all concentrate on the moves ahead before it happens. Keep home to preserve your safety and the wellbeing of your family but also to raise the pressure on our physicians and nurses. Tell if an elderly friend might reach me. Just make sure you have enough minutes to refresh yourself and do what you can to remain optimistic. It would be our latest routine for a period of time. And that's all right. Because we are together in that.

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SANTUSHTI RAJ THAPAR was certified with CERTIFICATE of APPRECIATION for participated and presented a poster titled “Religion and Politics: A study on Vedic Hinduism and Present Hindutva with a Case Study of Rajasthan in Annual Research Conclave" on February 22-25, 2019 organized by G.D.Goenka Research and Development Centre, G.D.Goenka University, Gurugram, Haryana

SANTUSHTI RAJ THAPAR with MAJOR CHANDRAKANT SINGH has been awarded a certificate of the Research Paper Article Entitled “GANDHI & HIS CONTEMPORARY POLITICS of GANDHI: A STUDY on HIS IDEOLOGY with DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE Published in International Journal of Research in Social Sciences ISSN: 22492496 Volume 8, Issue 12(2)December 2018.

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