After a successful ”5 Baje, 5 minute” initiative, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had appealed for a “9 Baje, 9-minute’ initiative”, where he urged everyone to switch off their lights at home and light candles, diyas or turn on their phone’s flashlights. And India happily took part in the initiative and marked expression of hope and unity, amidst the grim situation because of Coronavirus pandemic.
From commoners to celebrities and prominent people of India came out together to light diyas and candles. Soon after the initiative, social media was flooded with pictures and posts from across the country, including the nation’s biggest celebrities – actors, singers, sportspeople, and many other prominent people giving us a glimpse of how they took part in the initiative.
However, there was this one picture that has gone insanely viral on social media. The picture is of none other than the former chairman of Tata Groups, Ratan Tata. On Sunday, the legendary industrialist of India, Mr. Ratan Tata inspired each and all by just lighting a small candle and marked an expression that we all are in this together.
Earlier, Ratan Tata had already left netizens awestruck by pledging Rs 1500 crore in the battle against Coronavirus pandemic.
The picture of Ratan Tata has been making rounds on various social media platforms and has left everyone awestruck. Netizens are hailing the legendary industrialist for inspiring everyone and are showering love and respect on him.
Here, check out the reactions of Twitterati on this:
Ratan Tata. A man who doesn't need a Bharat ratna, it needs him. pic.twitter.com/QWHp27Qajv
— Gabbbar (@GabbbarSingh) April 5, 2020
— Uday (@Vanshah21) April 5, 2020
Hats Off to this Living Legend…
Desh ke …Ratan Tata .. 🙏💐 pic.twitter.com/XKepoJJsam
— चन्दन सिंह (@luckychandan) April 5, 2020
This is #RatanTata .
RatanTata donates 1500 crores for the fight against corona.
RatanTata doesn't believe that lighting lamps is gonna kill corona.
RatanTata still participates #9MinutesForIndia to show support and spread positivity & unity.
Be like Ratan Tata. pic.twitter.com/SmaAP3yLBC
— Raana (@the_raana) April 5, 2020
— RAHUL VAIDYA RKV (@rahulvaidya23) April 6, 2020
— Shraddha das (@shraddhadas43) April 5, 2020
— Sourav Ganguly (@SGanguly99) April 5, 2020
Meanwhile, the tally of infected people has been increasing with every passing day. So far more than 110 people died because of the disease and 4341 people have been infected. Looking at the increasing number, it won’t be wrong to say that the upcoming weeks are going to be very crucial for India.