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Devendra Fadnavis was made CM to transfer 40,000 crore to Modi govt ?

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New Delhi, Dec 2: BJP’s Conspiracy to eliminate the Opposition parties and the game plan to defame non-BJP government by not allowing them to perform.

BJP MP Anant Kumar Hegde revealed that Devendra Fadnavis was made Maharashtra’s chief minister just to move Rs 40,000 crore funds to Narendra Modi government at the centre.

Actually the money which was supposed to be used for the people of Maharashtra was given to Modi for their vested interests. BJP want to defame all political parties such as Congress, Shiv Sena and NCP by saying that these funds will be misused but rather Modi and BJP wants that the non-BJP led government should not be given any financial aid so that they are unable to give good governance.

Hegde revealed that Devendra Fadnavis was made Maharashtra’s chief minister to prevent central funds worth Rs 40,000 crore from being fallen into the hands of the Opposition, as per reports

Fadnavis transferred the money to the Modi government.

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After Gowda episode, Karnataka exempts ministers, officials from quarantine

Gowda, a Lok Sabha member from the Bangalore North constituency, flew into the city in a commercial flight on the first day of resumption of domestic services after 63 days of lockdown.

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Bengaluru, May 25 : The Karnataka government exempted Union and state ministers and officials from quarantine, which it made mandatory for all entering the state from other states or overseas to contain the Covid-19 outbreak, a top official said on Monday.

“The ministers of Union government or state governments or officers on duty will be exempted from quarantine as has been done for health professionals,” said state Health Commissioner P.K. Pandey in an order here.

The order has also exempted any person who gets a Covid negative test certificate from an ICMR approved lab which is not more than 2 days old from the date of journey, from institution quarantine.

The order has also exempted airlines crew on official duty from quarantine.

The order came on a day when Union Minister for Chemicals and Fertilisers D.V. Sadananda Gowda was allowed to exit the airport on arriving from New Delhi without going into 7-day institutional quarantine, as other passengers who too came from the national capital, which is one of the 6 most Covid-hit states in the country.

Gowda, a Lok Sabha member from the Bangalore North constituency, flew into the city in a commercial flight on the first day of resumption of domestic services after 63 days of lockdown.

“I am exempted under the clause by the state government as well as the Central government,” Gowda told a local news channel when asked how he could avoid the mandatory quarantine on landing from Delhi.

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Virtual rallies, PM’s letter, 1K conferences: BJP’s grand plans for 1 year of Modi 2.0

The BJP President has urged the leaders and party workers to strictly maintain social distancing norms while carrying out all these plans and proposals.

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Narendra Modi Amit Shah

New Delhi, May 25 : May 30 is a red letter day for the ruling BJP as it will mark the completion of one year of the Narendra Modi-led governments second term in power.

The first year of the second term is particularly significant for the party, as it has honoured three top promises made in its manifesto during this period — abrogation of Article 370, the Triple Talaq Act and delivering the Ram Janmabhoomi promise.

While the party had grand plans to mark the special occasion, the Covid-19 outbreak has forced it to tweak them. BJP President J.P. Nadda has taken a three-pronged approach to celebrate the first anniversary with personal, digital and virtual outreach programmers.

Personal Outreach:

The BJP plans to take a copy of a letter written by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to as many as 10 crore households across India. In the letter, Modi will seek a pledge for “Aatma Nirbhar Bharat” besides sharing some tips on battling the Covid-19 pandemic.

However, given the social distancing norms in place, BJP General Secretary Arun Singh said that each group distributing the letter will comprise two cadres only, and they will stay clear from the containment zones and the quarantine centres.

BJP has a plethora of morchas like farmers, women etc. and Nadda has instructed all the morchas to distribute face covers and sanitises to all their members.

The party will also hold press conferences at 150 media centers across India where the senior party leadership will advertise not just the “achievements” of the last one year, but also India’s “successful ability” to deal with the Covid-19 outbreak. Moreover, with the Prime Minister going big on ‘Swadeshi’, each and every BJP member will be made to take a pledge to support indigenous products.

Digital Outreach:

The party has also asked all its booth level members to create WhatsApp groups with immediate effect where Modi government’s ‘achievements’ and details of Nadda’s interaction, among other things, will be shared. Three days have been designated — May 27, 28 and 29 — to create thousands of WhatsApp groups across the length and breadth of India on a war footing.

BJP’s national mouthpiece, “Kamal Sandesh”, will issue online bulletins in the coming days. The cadres as well as leadership have been asked to inform the support base about the same so that the information penetration is maximised.

While the party is going overboard with its outreach, it is mindful that the primary concern of all Indians is about the pandemic right now. Hence, the BJP has decided to issue a short video where India’s tackling of the pandemic will be shown as a success story. All state units have been asked to translate and dub the video in local languages.

Ever since the lockdown, Nadda has been regularly video conferencing with party general secretaries and state leaderships. One video of that will also be made to portray a picture of how “reachable” the BJP President is.

Virtual rallies, 1K video conferences:

The BJP may not be in a position to hold grand rallies, but it is up for virtual rallies. “At least one big rally in smaller states and two rallies in bigger states will be organised by the party which will attended by more than 750 people,” said a statement by the BJP. These virtual rallies will be held through video conferencing.

The BJP has planned at least 1,000 video conferences to be addressed by the national and state leadership. Each interaction will be of one hour duration, out of which 40 minutes will be dedicated for the speech of the guest, while 20 minutes will be kept for question and answer.

Nadda has also tasked every morcha to addresses up to 500 congregations through video conferencing in the next seven days. They have been asked to highlight the “promises delivered” by the Modi-led BJP government. The BJP has also asked its leadership to communicate to people the scale of the government’s economic package in layman’s language.

The BJP President has urged the leaders and party workers to strictly maintain social distancing norms while carrying out all these plans and proposals.

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Gujarat’s health infrastructure has completely collapsed, says AAP

He said that now it is high time for the BJP to come in front of the people and say why they have failed to better health infrastructure in Gujarat.

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New Delhi, May 26 : Delhi’s ruling Aam Aadmi Party on Monday said that the health infrastructure of Gujarat has completely collapsed and accused the state’s ruling BJP of indulging in corruption.

AAP’s Rajya Sabha member Sanjay Singh said the Gujarat High Court’s observations have revealed the “fraud” behind BJP’s Gujarat Model.

He said that Gujarat HC has observed that the condition of the Ahmedabad Civil hospital is “pathetic” and the hospital is “as good as a dungeon, maybe even worse”.

“Heath infrastructure of Gujarat completely collapsed. In Gujarat, the N-95 masks which cost around Rs 49 are being sold at Rs 65. This means that corruption is happening in Gujarat in the health sector. The Gujarat government which is led by the BJP has also failed the poor migrant labourers,” he claimed.

Noting the BJP is ruling Gujarat for the last 25 years, he said: “It has always talked about the Gujarat model of development both across the globe and India. Till date, 865 people have died in Gujarat due to coronavirus and the number of deaths in Gujarat is the highest among all the states of India.”

Singh said “it is crystal clear that the health infrastructure of Gujarat has completely failed. These are not my personal observations, these are the observations made by the Gujarat High Court.”

He said that now it is high time for the BJP to come in front of the people and say why they have failed to better health infrastructure in Gujarat.

“Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah are from Gujarat. The Central government earlier sent a team of experts to Gujarat to look into the health infrastructure of the state but until today has not revealed the findings of the team. I think that this is high time the BJP should come clean about the real situation of Gujarat,” said Singh.

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