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There seems to be no end to the reach and range of Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi’s new 3D hologram campaigns. On December 4, the tech-savvy, early-adopter BJP leader will address 52 simultaneous election rallies across the State in the third such landmark event.

On November 18, Modi started on his 3D journey by addressing 4 simultaneous rallies in Ahmedabad, Rajkot, Vadodara and Surat. The rally was extremelyy well-received and BJP MP Navjot Singh Sidhu summed the experience by saying, ““Science has given eyes to the blind and ears to the deaf. But today Narendra Modi has used science to connect hearts across Gujarat.”

Then once again on November 29, Modi brought the magic back, this time in 26 simultaneous locations in 15 districts across Gujarat.

As the impact of Modi’s 3D campaigns grew, it drew both praise and condemnation. Some news outlets in Gujarat called the 3D campaings gimmicky and a waste of public money.

But Modi’s approach to technology has always been enthusiastic. Instead of seeing technology as something that might have a negative impact on people’s lives, the Modi administration has always tried to use it as an enabling tool. This stands in stark contrast to the way Congress has traditionally reacted to new communication technologies.

Modi has earlier made use of the social network Google Plus to hold a worldwide interaction with his fans and followers. He also launched a Facebook app this month. The app is intended as an outpost on the social web, inviting feedback and inputs from Modi’s base of followers on the web.

It seems Narendra Modi’s embrace of technology will only get wider with time. The way one reacts to change speaks a lot about the way they will deal with the future. In Modi’s case, if Gujarat’s growth during the last decade of Modi rule is anything to go by, the future appears bright.

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Prime Minister reviews availability & supply of oxygen and medicines
May 12, 2021
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GoI is in regular touch with the manufacturers to enhance production of medicines & extend all help needed
Production of all drugs including Remdesivir have been ramped up significantly in the last few weeks
Supply of oxygen is now more than 3 times the supply during the peak of first wave

PM Narendra Modi chaired a high level meeting to review the availability & supply of oxygen & medicines.

PM was briefed that the Government is actively monitoring the supply of drugs being used in the management of Covid as well Mucormycosis. The Minister updated PM that they are in regular touch with the manufacturers to enhance production & extend all kind of help needed. PM was also informed about the current production & stock of APIs for each such drug. It was discussed that states are being provided medicines in good quantities. PM was also apprised that the production of all drugs including Remdesivir have been ramped up significantly in the last few weeks. PM said that India has a very vibrant Pharma sector and Government’s continued close coordination with them will ensure proper availability of all medicines.

PM also took stock of the situation on oxygen availability and supply in the country. It was discussed that the supply of oxygen is now more than 3 times the supply during the peak of first wave. PM was briefed about the operations of oxygen rail and sorties by IAF planes. PM was also informed about the status of procurement of Oxygen concentrators, oxygen cylinders as well as the status of PSA plants being installed across the country.

PM also remarked that states should be asked to operationalize ventilators in a time-bound manner and resolve technical & training issues with the help of the manufacturers.