Published: 16th April 2020
This twin sister duo from Jammu composed and sang a song on COVID-19 that PM Modi tweeted. Check it out now
The video was seen by hundreds of people and was greatly appreciated. Union MoS Dr Jitendra Singh also called the family and appreciate their effort as a different way of spreading awareness on COVID
It was jubilation for a Jammu family after Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday tweeted the video of a song composed and sung by twin sisters to spread awareness among the people on the fight against coronavirus.
Siblings Saibaa Gupta and Saisha Gupta have penned, composed and sung a beautiful song to spread awareness among the people on how to fight against coronavirus. The sisters were in an upbeat mood when Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweeted their video on his Twitter handle, which they had uploaded on YouTube.
The prime minister wrote, "Proud of youngsters like Saibaa and Saisha Gupta. They are raising awareness on defeating the coronavirus." The sisters who had just appeared in the class tenth examination told UNI that "When we used to go for our exams, we saw people panicking and living in fear,", adding, that "many people still not wear masks, do not follow the advisories, therefore we decided to pen down this song." The girls also composed the music and sung the song and later made a video which contained clips showing mass awareness on the pandemic.
The video was seen by hundreds of people and was greatly appreciated. Union MoS Dr Jitendra Singh also called the family and appreciate their effort as a different way of spreading awareness on COVID-19 on social media.
Since most of the people are currently staying at home and have access to social media, there is a good chance that more and more people will be able to view the video. The girls mother Dr Sweety Gupta, said, "Being a doctor, I tried to guide them and it clicked but the biggest moment today is that their video has been tweeted by the Prime Minister." Their father, Dr Rohit Gupta, also said that they had never thought that the video will be liked and tweeted by the Prime Minister.
He however, appealed to the people to follow the guidelines and spoke about the requests made by his daughters in the song, asserting the "we have to collectively fight against coronavirus.