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Fortunate to be a karyakarta of the Bharatiya Janata Party that is devoted to serve the nation: PM Modi
It is a matter of great pride that we have governments in 19 states and it is a matter of greater pride that we are the largest party in the world: PM Modi
The BJP government in Madhya Pradesh, under Shivraj Ji's leadership is leaving no stone unturned to serve the people of the state: PM Modi
For us, 125 crore Indians are our family, for us it is always nation first: PM Narendra Modi
Inspired by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya's ideals, we are devoted to serve this land: PM
We are fortunate - we identify ourselves with Gandhi Ji, Lohia Ji as well as Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya Ji because we believe in communion: PM
For 10 years, Congress betrayed the people. It is time to give them a befitting reply: PM Modi in Bhopal
Our vision is very clear - 'Mera Booth, Sabse Mazboot': PM
People have Madhya Pradesh have to choose between politics of development and politics in the name of vote bank: PM Modi
We are committed to empowering Muslim women. On one hand, we are initiating efforts to abolish 'Triple Talaq', but Congress is making it a vote-bank issue: PM Modi
PM Modi remembers the contributions of Kushabhau Thakre, Rajamata Scindia towards development of Madhya Pradesh
The more dirt opposition throws, the more the lotus (BJP symbol)  will bloom: PM Modi

PM Shri Narendra Modi today addressed the ‘Karyakarta Mahakumbh’ in Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. While addressing the gathering of more than 5 lakh party workers, the Prime Minister began his speech by remembering Pandit Shri Deen Dayal Upadhyaya on his birth anniversary and the late PM Shri Atal Bihari Vajapyee. He added, “We are proud to be born to serve as workers of the Bhartiya Janata Party.”

“It is a matter of pride for us that our party is in power in 19 states of the country, however, it is a matter of greater pride that our party is the largest party in the world,” the PM said.

The PM also acknowledged the contributions made by leaders like Kushabhau Thackeray and Rajmata Vijaya Raje Scindia Ji in strengthening the party’s organizational foundations in its current strong position in Madhya Pradesh. The Prime Minister also lauded the Madhya Pradesh government led by CM Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan, saying that his government has continuously worked for the social empowerment of the people of Madhya Pradesh.

Describing his vision for the country, the PM again reiterated that the mantra of his government is “Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas.” The Prime Minister also asserted his approach and commitment by saying, “We consider 125 crore people of India as one family and for us, the nation always comes first.”

The Prime Minister also called upon the party workers to strengthen the party in Madhya Pradesh by spreading the message and vision of the BJP and its achievements to the people of Madhya Pradesh. He asked each party worker to ensure that the BJP wins at his respective booth and gave them the slogan of “Mera Booth, Sabse Mazboot” to strengthen the BJP state organization at the booth level. 

The Prime Minister also criticized the Opposition parties, particularly the Indian National Congress for its failure to bring about economic and social development in the state of Madhya Pradesh despite ruling at the state and national levels for a long time. He called upon the people of Madhya Pradesh to decide between the politics of ‘Vikas (development)’ and politics of vote-bank in the upcoming state and national elections. 

PM Modi further elaborated by describing how the practice of ‘Triple Talaq’ had been banned in several Islamic countries of the world and its banning in India will go a long way in ensuring equal rights and dignity for Muslim women. He expressed shock and anger at the politics of appeasement and vote-bank played by the Congress on this issue and strongly asserted that all women, regardless of their religion, must have equal rights in a democratic country like India.  

The PM touched upon the unfounded allegations leveled on him and his government in the concluding section and remarked, “People can throw as much dirt on us as they want to but they should not forget that the more dirt they throw upon us, the more this Kamal (Lotus, the BJP symbol) will bloom.”

BJP President Shri Amit Shah, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister, Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan and several other party karyakartas were present at the event.

 

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PM chairs a comprehensive high level meeting to review the situation relating to Covid-19 & vaccination
November 27, 2021
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PM briefed about the new Variant of Concern ‘Omicron’ along with its characteristics, impact in various countries & implications for India
Need to be proactive in light of the new variant: PM
Intensive containment and active surveillance should continue in clusters reporting higher cases: PM
People need to more cautious and take proper precautions like masking & social distancing: PM
PM asks officials to review plans for easing of international travel restrictions in light of the emerging new evidence
Need to increase the second dose coverage: PM
States should to be sensitised on the need to ensure that all those who have got the first dose are given the second dose timely: PM

Today morning PM Narendra Modi chaired a comprehensive meeting which lasted for almost 2 hours to review the public health preparedness & vaccination related situation for Covid-19.

PM was briefed about the global trends on Covid-19 infections and cases. Officials highlighted that countries across the world have experienced multiple COVID-19 surges since the onset of the pandemic. PM also reviewed the national situation relating to Covid-19 cases and test positivity rates.

PM was apprised of the progress in vaccination and the efforts being made under the ‘Har Ghar Dastak’ campaign. PM directed that there is a need to increase the second dose coverage and that states need to be sensitised on the need to ensure that all those who have got the first dose are given the second dose timely. PM was also given details about the sero-positivity in the country from time to time and its implications in public health response.

Officials briefed PM about the new Variant of Concern ‘Omicron’ along with its characteristics and the impact seen in various countries. Its implications for India were also discussed. PM spoke about the need to be proactive in light of the new variant. PM said that in light of the new threat, people need to more cautious and the need to take proper precautions like masking & social distancing. PM highlighted the need for monitoring all international arrivals, their testing as per guidelines, with a specific focus on countries identified ‘at risk’. PM also asked officials to review plans for easing of international travel restrictions in light of the emerging new evidence.

PM was given an overview of the sequencing efforts in the country and the variants circulating in the country. PM directed that genome sequencing samples be collected from international travellers and community as per norms, tested through the network of labs already established under INSACOG and early warning signal identified for Covid-19 management. PM spoke about the need to increase the sequencing efforts and make it more broad-based.

He also directed officials to work closely with state governments to ensure that there is proper awareness at the state and district level. He directed that intensive containment and active surveillance should continue in clusters reporting higher cases and required technical support be provided to states which are reporting higher cases presently. PM also asked that awareness needs to be created about ventilation and air-borne behaviour of the virus.

Officials briefed PM that they are following a facilitative approach to newer pharmaceutical products. PM instructed officials to coordinate with states to ensure that there is adequate buffer stocks of various medicines. He asked officials to work with the states to review the functioning of medical infrastructure including pediatric facilities.

PM asked officials to co-ordinate with states to endure proper functioning of PSA oxygen plants & ventilators.

The meeting was attended by Shri. Rajiv Gauba, Cabinet Secretary, Dr. V.K.Paul, Member (Health), NITI Aayog, Shri. A.K.Bhalla, Home Secretary, Shri. Rajesh Bhushan, Secretary (MoHFW), Secretary (Pharmaceuticals); Dr. Rajesh Gokhale, Secretary (Biotechnology); Dr. Balram Bhargava, DG ICMR; Shri. Vaidya Rajesh Kotecha, Secretary (AYUSH); Shri Durga Shankar Mishra, Secretary (Urban Development); Sh. R.S. Sharma CEO NHA; Prof. K. Vijay Raghavan (Principal Scientific Advisor to Govt. of India) along with other senior officials.