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Watch: Burj Khalifa lights up with tricolour to show solidarity in fight against COVID-19

The world's tallest building lit up in saffron, white and green with the 24-spoked Ashok Chakra to show support to India in this difficult time.

By: Trends Desk | New Delhi |
Updated: April 27, 2021 12:47:30 pm
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Amid a surge in COVID-19 cases in the country, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa lit up with tricolour in a show of solidarity.

The world’s tallest building lit up in saffron, white and green with the 24-spoked Ashok Chakra to show support to the country during this difficult time. The light show also had the message “stay strong India” displayed on the landmark.

“Sending hope, prayers, and support to India and all its people during this challenging time. #BurjKhalifa #StayStrongIndia,” the official Twitter page of Burj Khalifa wrote while sharing the video of the light display.

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Tricolour light show at Khalifa University. The message “Stay strong, India” was displayed to highlight support for one of the UAE’s closest friends and most important trading partners. (Picture credit: PTI)

Several other prominent buildings including the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company were also lit up with tricolours as a display of solidarity.

The ADNOC on the facade of its headquarters displayed the message “Stay strong, India” to highlight its support for one of the UAE’s closest friends and most important trading partners. (Picture credit: PTI)

Over 3.50 lakh new Covid-19 cases were recorded in the 24 hours ending 8 am Monday, taking the country’s total infections to over 1.73 crores. According to the Union Health Ministry, five states — Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Gujarat and Kerala — contribute 54 per cent of the cases.

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