As we all await a post-pandemic world, eager to venture out so that we can finally have our freedom back, Mahindra group chairman Anand Mahindra just shared how he would behave once the restrictions are over.
Sharing an adorable video of a dog on its first hike after being released from a shelter, Mahindra said that he will behave exactly like the excited doggo when all the restrictions imposed to curb the spike in Covid-19 cases are lifted.
In the video, the dog was seen cautiously examining the nearby environment before jumping with excitement.
The post has garnered over five lakh views and counting. And it’s not just him, the video seems to resonate with netizens who too are waiting eagerly to resume back to ‘normal’.
So much optimistic means so much energy. Your positive mind is really motivating Sir— Vishnu_M (@VishnuMhalsekar) April 14, 2021
Every animal..(including human being)loves freedom…it's inbuilt….totally agree with you….— prasad pandit (@prasadp31736948) April 15, 2021
Sir, please record a video when you jump, and do not forget to share— Neeraj Verma (@neeraj1verma) April 14, 2021
haha so cool !! I will be jumping like this in the Mahindra office because I will see my office for the first time — Ekta shah (@shahekta528) April 15, 2021
The business tycoon’s tweet comes at a time when several states in India announced fresh restrictions to curb the spread of Covid-19.
In an effort to curb the rising number of coronavirus cases, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced that the national capital will be under a curfew this weekend, largely indoors — from 10 pm on Friday till 5 am on Monday.
Except for essential services, the movement of all kinds will be prohibited during this period and all non-essential shops, including the ones selling liquor, will be shut.
He also announced that on weekdays, malls, bars, restaurants, gyms, spas, entertainment parks and auditoriums will remain closed till April 30 in Delhi.
Maharashtra, one of the worst affected Covid-19 states, has imposed prohibitory orders under section 144 till May 1, and no person will be allowed in a public place without a valid reason.
Earlier, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) announced the extension of the ban on scheduled international commercial passenger services to and from India until April 30, 2021. Now, many states are also asking passengers of air travel to show negative RT-PCR test to enter the state.