If a man grows up, he should be attached to the ground by nature. Know and understand that no work is big or small. These days a picture is going viral on social media in which a person is seen mopping the room in a hospital.
Well, there should be nothing surprising in such a picture. But when you come to know that the person doing the mopping is himself a patient undergoing treatment in the hospital and not only that, the patient himself is a minister in the state government, then once in a while it becomes a matter of surprise. The same thing happened, this picture became viral on social media and people started praising this person.
Actually this picture is of Joram Medical College Hospital in Mizoram. The name of the person seen in the picture is Laljirliana. This 71-year-old man is the Minister of Power in the Government of Mizoram. These days he is getting his treatment in the hospital due to being infected with Kovid.
And there are politicians like R Lalzirliana, the power minister of #Mizoram, who was seen mopping the floor of the Covid ward where he is recovering after testing positive.#Aizawl #northeast pic.twitter.com/IoBhvJB0us
— Anupam Bordoloi (@asomputra) May 14, 2021
Events were such that even after repeatedly informing the sweeper in the ward where they were entering, when there was no response, Lalerjiliana herself started mopping the floor of the room. He had no idea that someone was taking his picture, which usually happens during some work being done to show off the leaders.
However, when the picture later went viral, he clarified that the mopping himself was a quick gesture and he had no intention to embarrass the sweeper. They keep doing this type of work from time to time at home, so it was nothing new for them. People on social media praised the minister a lot. This is what civil religion really is. Anyway, there is a shortage of health workers in Kovid Hospital these days and if competent patients themselves do such small tasks, then some pressure on the staff can be reduced and this is also civil religion.