Mumbai: Bharatiya Janata Party national President JP Nadda yesterday said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s strong leadership has helped the country in mitigating the adverse effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. While addressing the ‘Labharthi Sammelan’ in Mumbai yesterday afternoon, Mr. Nadda said that schemes like Pradhan Mantri Garib Kalyan Ann Yojana, Ayushman Bharat, SvaNidhi and many others helped the most needy and downtrodden citizens to survive during the pandemic time.
Elaborating on schemes like Ujjwala, Har Ghar Jal, Swachh Bharat and COVID relief package worth 20 lakh crore rupees, Mr. Nadda said the decisions have helped in uplifting the agriculture and infrastructure sector besides helping the economy. He said Mr. Modi does not shy away from taking tough and timely decisions and as a result, India has today achieved cent percent vaccination even as most developed countries are still lagging


The BJP President said the current double engine government in Maharashtra, led by Chief Minister Eknath Shinde and his deputy Devendra Fadnavis is making all efforts to restart all the projects that were stalled by the previous MVA government and deliver on its promise of development.  

About 300 beneficiaries of central schemes like Skill Development, Mudra and Ayushman Bharat were present on the occasion to share their stories with the BJP leadership.
Mr. Nadda is on a two-day visit to Maharashtra, wherein he is scheduled to meet ‘Panna Pramukhs’, members of Mumbai Morcha Aghadi and attend the party’s state working committee meeting to be held in Pune today. Moreover, the BJP national president will also interact with prominent personalities of the society and also participate in a skill development programme during his visit. 

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