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    BJP victory in Bihar polls approval of PM's COVID management: JP Nadda

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    Recounting various steps taken by Centre to tackle coronavirus, Nadda said the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations have praised Modi for it.

    Nadda expressed satisfaction over the fact that despite the COVID-19 crisis, the construction of AIIMS is likely to be completed by December next year.
    SHIMLA: The BJP's victory in the Bihar assembly elections and bypolls in other states is a stamp by the public on “successful” COVID management by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, said the party's national president Jagat Prakash Nadda at Bilaspur's Lehnu on Saturday.

    The BJP president is on a two-day visit to his home state.

    Recounting various steps taken by Centre to tackle coronavirus, Nadda said the World Health Organization (WHO) and the United Nations have praised Modi for it.

    Later, Nadda along with Himachal Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur reviewed the construction of the All-India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) at Kothipura in Bilaspur district, an official spokesman said.

    While holding a meeting with the Director, PGIMER, Chandigarh, and other senior officers and representatives of the construction company, Nadda said there should be no compromise with construction quality.

    Nadda expressed satisfaction over the fact that despite the COVID-19 crisis, the construction of AIIMS is likely to be completed by December next year.

    He stressed that efforts should be made to start MBBS classes this December. It is a matter of proud that 18 doctors from Himachal Pradesh have been selected for this health institute, he added.

    On this occasion, Chief Minister Jai Ram Thakur thanked Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP president Jagat Prakash Nadda for approving AIIMS for Himachal Pradesh and making adequate budgetary provision for its construction. He said the institute would prove to be a milestone in strengthening the health services in the state.
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    5 Comments on this Story

    Nagar Jadav1 day ago
    What has been done for migrants of Bihar,this is not the victory but forgery of EVM.No onw can endorse except blind BHAKTAS.
    Vikas Singh1 day ago
    NDA got 125 Seats with 37.26% Votes whereas MGB got 110 seats with 37.23% votes. This Difference of Just 0.03% votes, Which BJP govt. at the centre & Nitish govt. in the state managed in their Favour (by manipulating the EVMs & pressuring the local administration) & thereby winning all the seats where mergin of victory was lesser than 100 to 200 votes!
    This is how Difference of 15 Seats emerged with Just 0.03% votes.
    It wasn't a Fair election, as Double Engine govt. has edge over the opposition which predicided the outcomes of the elections even before Declaration of the results on 10th of Nov.'2020!
    Calling this as people's "Approval of OM's COVID Management" is as scripted as the whole Bihar election was!
    Vk Singh1 day ago
    Hahahahaha, he is declared his foolish thoughts.
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