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    India to light up Qutub Minar as a sign of unity to combat NTD

    Along with India, 25 other countries will also join in lighting up over 50 monuments and landmarks across the globe to raise awareness to end this neglect.

    Guwahati: India will join a global movement to combat Neglected Tropical Disease and as a sign of unity, India will illuminate the iconic monument, Qutub Minar, on January 30, 2021.

    January 30, 2021, will mark the second annual world Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD) day, highlighting the global community’s commitment to end the NTD’s that caused immeasurable suffering among the world’s most marginalised communities.

    Along with India, 25 other countries will also join in lighting up over 50 monuments and landmarks across the globe to raise awareness to end this neglect.

    Minister of health and family welfare Harsh Vardhan through his Twitter handle urged the people of Indiato join hands in to end the NTD.

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