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Since the 21-day lockdown period began on March 25, from Prime Minister Narendra Modi to a police constable have appealed citizens to stay indoors. One such appeal was made by a nine-year-old daughter of an Arunachal Pradesh cop.
She held a placard requesting everyone to stay indoors and help her father, who is currently on duty and away from home.
"My dad is a policeman. He stays away from me to help you. Can you please stay at home to help him?'' the message read.
Union Sports Minister and Arunachal Pradesh MP, Kiren Rijiju posted the photograph of the young girl holding a piece of paper bearing a message on his twitter handle on Tuesday.
It is "an emotional yet powerful message" from a "sweet little girl", said Rijiju. "Let's appreciate all the Police Personnel and all those who are continuously working in the field for the safety of everyone" he added.
Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu also re-tweeted the photo of the young girl.
"Our #LittleCoronaWarriors across Arunachal makes a fervent appeal to everyone to #StayHomeStaySafe. Let not the hard work of our policemen and health workers go waste. @PMOIndia @ArunachalCMO @MoHFW_INDIA," Khandu tweeted.
Netizens widely appreciated the young girl and saluted the efforts of law enforcement officials like her father.
Replying to Rijiju's post, one of them wrote: "So sweet. So sweet of the little cute baby giving the message to all. At least for this cute lovely baby please stay back at home and defeat #Coronavirus in India. Our beloved PM @narendramodi ji, @AmitShah ji, @KirenRijiju & all the ministers r working day n night for our betterment."
Another wrote: "Appeal of this sweet little energetic girl must be reflected every corner of this country."
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