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BJP to continue Covid help & relief works in state- Kaushik

Sunday, 13 June 2021 | PNS | Dehradun

The Bharatiya Janata Party State president Madan Kaushik said that the Covid relief work being undertaken by the party in the state will continue without respite. He said this after attending a virtual meeting held by national president JP Nadda and national general secretary (organisation) BL Santhosh with all the state unit heads and general secretaries. They directed all the state unit presidents and general secretaries to further step up work under the Seva Hi Sangathan programme of the party. They also directed the organisation of the party’s state working committee, district working committee and zonal working committee.

They issued these directions while chairing a virtual meeting with the state office bearers of the party.

The BJP Uttarakhand president Madan Kaushik informed that the meeting of the state working committee and district working committee will be held in the virtual mode. The Mandal level meeting will be held in the offline mode. He said that preparations for the party’s Chintan Shivir are also underway and that the site will be finalised soon. Referring to the Covid relief works being undertaken by the party, he said that these will continue without respite. The central leadership of the party also sought feedback regarding the works being undertaken in the state. Kaushik said that though there has been a definite drop in the number of Covid-19 cases in the state, the party organisation is observing more alertness than before. The party’s control rooms are working as they were before and connected with the booth level. The party workers are now focusing on vaccination work. The party will also be starting a campaign to felicitate Covid warriors and visiting the homes of the party workers who lost their life or a family member to Covid. The list of such party workers has been prepared. He further said that at the organisational level, preparations are being made for the possible third wave of Covid in coordination with the health department and other officials concerned.

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