Pune: Union minister Ramdas Athawale, whose ‘Run Corona, Run’ chant turned into a nationwide sensation, on Sunday came out with a brand recent slogan, ‘No Corona’, announcing it became basically basically based mostly on the recent stress of the radical coronavirus.
“I gave the ‘Run Corona Run’ slogan and the virus is now going. Then again it also came conclude to me, resulting in my hospitalisation (after testing COVID-19 definite). I belief coronavirus wouldn’t reach me but it absolutely can reach wherever,” Athawale said.
“For the recent coronavirus stress, I would allege ‘No Corona, No Corona’ as we do now not desire both the inclined coronavirus or the recent stress to contaminate us,” he instructed journalists in Pune.
Athawale became discharged from a deepest sanatorium in Mumbai final month, 10 days after testing coronavirus definite. In February, a video of Athawale, alongside side a Chinese language diplomat and Buddhist monks chanting “Run corona, race corona” at a prayer meeting went viral on social media.
The video became reportedly shot on 20 February at some level of a prayer session to quit the spread of coronavirus in China.
Athawale (60) is a member of the Rajya Sabha and Minister of Explain for Social Justice in the Narendra Modi-led authorities.
“I will be meeting BJP president JP Nadda to talk a couple of probable alliance for West Bengal Assembly elections,” he said. “We ask (BJP to role aside for us) around 10 seats,” he added.