BJP Modi government On the occasion of completion of seven years, Kovid has been targeted to provide help to one lakh villages. BJP president Jagat Prakash Nadda has told all the state units that on May 30, when the Modi government completes seven years, no program should be held on that occasion. On Monday, in a meeting with party officials and state units across the country through video conference, Nadda said that the workers have to reach one lakh villages. In these, those villages should be specially selected where the cases of corona have been found. Party workers will distribute relief material related to Kovid in these villages. This includes dry ration, sanitizer, mask and oximeter. Apart from this, 50,000 blood donation camps have also been set up across the country.
Nadda bluntly said that the Kovid protocol should be specially taken care of during this campaign. There should not be any kind of rush. Two yards and be sure to wear masks. If for some reason it is not possible to follow the Kovid protocol, then attendance should be ensured through video conference. All the ministers have been specifically directed to go to the villages. Whether they are Union Ministers or State Ministers, it has been made mandatory for every minister to go to two villages and distribute Kovid relief material.
It is worth noting that Nadda has already written to the state units and instructed that no program should be held on May 30 to mark the completion of seven years of the Modi government. Rather, that day the BJP-ruled state will announce a special scheme for the rehabilitation of the orphaned children due to the second wave, which is being sent to them by the central unit soon. Opposition parties are alleging that the BJP’s central and state governments did not take adequate steps to help the people during the Kovid disaster. But the party has instructed its cadres to help the people by going on the ground instead of getting into political charges and counter-allegations. Therefore, a target has been set to visit one lakh villages.