Modi government also took care of the economy and turned disaster into opportunity- JP Nadda


BJP President JP Nadda said that Prime Minister Narendra Modi has taken care of the economy as well as has done the work of turning the disaster into an opportunity. Nadda said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, India took tough decisions at an appropriate time in the wake of the Kovid-19 epidemic.

Addressing the executive meeting of the Odisha Pradesh BJP digitally, Nadda said that while powerful nations were feeling helpless in stopping the spread of the Corona epidemic, Prime Minister Modi made a decisive decision to implement the lockdown to protect the lives of the people. Could.

He said that the Prime Minister had made it clear that the lives of 130 crore people should be saved in any case. By giving the slogan of Jaan Hai, he made it clear that common life has been his priority.

Nadda said the lockdown was implemented like a weapon against the epidemic at the right time and was also effectively implemented across the country. He said that apart from taking care of health issues, the Modi government also took care of the economy through several programs like the Poor Welfare Scheme and the Self-Reliant India Campaign.

He said that the Secretary-General of the United Nations also praised India for the steps taken in this direction. The BJP president said that the central government has effectively transformed the challenges posed by the Kovid-19 epidemic as an opportunity.

These responses from Nadda have come at a time when opposition parties are criticizing the government for the huge decline in the gross domestic product (GDP).

The economy recorded a major decline in April-June. The lockdown imposed at the beginning of the financial year for the prevention of the Korana virus epidemic in the country has resulted in a 23.9 percent drop in the gross domestic product (GDP) in the June quarter.

Nadda said that after the lockdown, all political parties in the country except the BJP became inactive. He said that in such a difficult situation, the BJP kept communication with the public using digital mediums and was ready to serve them.

The BJP president said that several steps were taken in the country towards strengthening the health infrastructure in the country. He said that when the lockdown was implemented in the country, there was not a single dedicated hospital for fighting Kovid-19 in the country, whereas today there are more than 1,500 such hospitals and more than 2.50 lakh beds are available.

The capacity of the Kovid test was increased from 1,500 to 10.10 lakhs per day. Nadda also attacked the Biju Janata Dal government of Odisha on the occasion and alleged that by not implementing the Ayushman Bharat scheme in the state, the party did dirty politics and deprived 2.4 crore people of its facilities.

Apart from this, JP Nadda said that earlier in our time, ratification was meant to be written so that in the examinations, we could write all that we know or what we know. But children will not have to do so under the new education policy. JP Nadda said that under the new education policy, there will be no need to do ratification but yes, everyone needs to worry about ideological knowledge and critical analysis.