• State units of the BJP will make an introduction before Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday about the different government assistance works they did during the across the country lockdown to battle the COVID-19 pandemic latest news now. Tending to a question and answer session, BJP general secretary Arun Singh said on Friday that other top gathering pioneers, including its leader J P Nadda and Union Ministers Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh and Nitin Gadkari among others, will join the activity, which will be virtual and communicated live on the gathering's advanced stages.

     

    Mr. Singh said the gathering sorted out more than 61 virtual assemblies to check the principal commemoration, which fell on May 30, of the Modi government's subsequent term, and over 11.49 crore individuals went to them. As a major aspect of the BJP's entryway to-entryway battle to promote the features of the administration's first year, its laborers reached over 5.41 crore individuals, he said. The gathering likewise took care of more than 22 crore individuals during the lockdown, and circulated 80 lakh sanitisers and 2.5 crore face covers, he asserted. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) state units will introduce a report card to Prime Minister Narendra Modi with respect to the open assistance works attempted during the across the country lockdown period at 4 pm on Saturday.

    Called the "Seva Hi Sangathan" (Organization is administration), the program will expect to check out the usage of the different activities reported by the Center, including the Rs 1,70,000 crore Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Yojana (PMGKY). As of late PM Modi had declared the augmentation of the progressing Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Anna Yojana (PMGKAY) till the finish of November. The plan expects to give month to month free 5 kg rice or wheat to each person and 1 kg chana dal to each family beneath the neediness line today's special news. The BJP claims that so far Rs 55,000 crore has been moved into 36,000 crore accounts by means of direct advantage moves. "Additionally, more than 8 crore individuals have profited by free gas chambers that have been conveyed," said BJP MP Arun Singh while tending to a question and answer session on Friday.

    After the fruition of the main year of its second term in power on May 30, the BJP sorted out 61 virtual meetings and 7,549 little video gatherings to take the administration's accomplishments to the individuals. On Saturday, as the PM checks out the projects run by BJP during the lockdown, he will be joined essentially by BJP national president JP Nadda and a few Union Ministers.


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