Mumbai Citizens tie rakhi to nurses for saving lives during Covid

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Mumbai: Rakshabandhan is very important to us and Rakshabandhan in India is celebrated beyond caste, religion and gender. Due to corona this year, Rakshabandhan festival is under the threat so Maharashtra government has ordered to celebrate the festival with due care and the citizens are taking proper care of it. Rakshabandhan was celebrated differently today at Shushrusha Heart Care and Multispeciality Hospital, Nerul, Navi Mumbai. Many citizens from Navi Mumbai who were vaccinated during last week tied the Rakhi to the nurses ahead of Rakshabandhan.

Ramanik Purandare, a resident of Juinagar, said that during the Corona pandemic, no one dared to touch the citizens suffering from Corona and other ailments, only doctors, nurses and paramedical staff were available for services. The brother wears rakhi on his wrist to protect their sister, but after Covid, citizens have created a different ideal in the society by tying rakhis on the wrist of nurses who protected several lives during Covid.

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