Not suffering from any disease: Amit Shah quashes rumours of ill-health
"I am totally healthy and I am not suffering from any disease," he said in the statement in Hindi which was posted on his Twitter handle.
Vizag gas leak 'disturbing', closely monitoring situation: Amit Shah
"The incident in Vizag is disturbing. Have spoken to the NDMA officials ...
Amit Shah dismisses rumours about his health, says he is not suffering from any disease
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday said he is ...
Cyclone Amphan: Amit Shah speaks to West Bengal and Odisha CMs, assures Centre's assistance
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has spoken to the Chief Ministers of West Bengal and Odisha, Mamata Banerjee and Naveen Patnaik respectively, ...
Cyclone Amphan: PM Modi, HM Amit Shah assure all possible help to West Bengal, Odisha
PM Narendra Modi on Thursday said the entire nation was in solidarity with Odisha and West Bengal as they fought to restore normalcy followi...
Amit Shah speaks to CMs of Odisha, Bengal; assures help to deal with situation after cyclone
The home minister said the teams of the National Disaster Response Force are already on the ground to help the people affected by the cyclone.
Amit Shah salutes 'corona warriors', says entire country stands with them
Praising the gesture of the armed forces, the home minister said the respect shown by the Indian armed forces towards the doctors, police, paramilitary forces and others who work day and night to liberate the country from coronavirus, is heart touching.
Amit Shah speaks to Mamata Banerjee and Navin Patnaik, assures all help for super cyclone 'Amphan'
Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Tuesday spoke to chief ministers of West Bengal and Odisha - Mamata Banerjee and Navin Patnaik respectively and assured them of all possible help to deal with the situation arising out of the super cyclone 'Amphan'.
Modi govt's economic package to go a long way in making India self-reliant: Amit Shah
Shah said while Prime Minister Modi's leadership in handling COVID-19 has outshined several developed nations, he has resolved to prepare India for any such pandemic in the future, by strengthening and revamping India's health sector.
Only indigenous products to be sold at CAPF canteens from June 1: Amit Shah
After Prime Minister Narendra Modi made a call for a self-reliant India, Home Minister Amit Shah on Wednesday announced that only indigenous...
CAPFs canteens to sell only indigenous products from June 1: Amit Shah
In a series of tweets in Hindi, Shah said the decision has been taken by the Ministry of Home Affairs after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's appeal for opting local products and being self-reliant.
Safety of doctors non-negotiable: Home Minster Amit Shah
There have been reports of doctors being abused, beaten and denied entry into residences. Families of at least two doctors, who succumbed to the novel coronavirus in Shillong and Chennai, had faced opposition while performing their last rites as the locals claimed that burying them in their localities may lead to the spread of the infection.
Prove allegations or apologise: TMC on Amit Shah's letter to Mamata over migrants' trains
Union Home Minister Shah, in a letter to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, said the West Bengal government is not allowing trains with migrant workers to reach the state that may further create hardship for the labourers.
Amit Shah writes to West Bengal CM, says trains with migrants labourers not being allowed into state
The continuing saga of the acrimony between West Bengal Government and the Centre took another turn for the worse today after Union Home Min...
Amit Shah reviews lockdown situation, takes stock of supply of essential commodities
During the meeting, Amit Shah was apprised about the steps taken by the home ministry to provide support to migrant workers who are stranded in different parts of the country. Shah also reviewed the working of a 24x7 control room set up to monitor the coronavirus pandemic and coordinate with states and union territories.
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