Bhopal. The third wave of Corona has started affecting political activities in Madhya Pradesh as well. Congress has given instructions to stop all its programs on a large scale and overcrowded. BJP has also made a big change in its program to be held on January 16.
In the midst of the Corona transition, questions were being raised on political activities. Now BJP and Congress have come into action on this. The PCC has instructed the districts that the Jan Jagran Abhiyan should be stopped for the time being. After the districts, the Congress had to run a public awareness campaign at the assembly level. The party has currently banned this campaign to stop the crowd.
Kamal Nath’s programs also canceled
The Congress has also canceled the farmers’ agitation to be held in Mangawan, Rewa on 22 January. Big programs of Kamal Nath have also been postponed for the time being. Former minister PC Sharma, the state in-charge of the State Congress Jan Jagran Abhiyan, has become corona infected. The control room set up for monitoring this campaign in the PCC office has been closed. The control room has been locked.
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Virtual and small programs continue
Congress’s state in-charge General Secretary Rajiv Singh said that at present, some instructions have been issued in view of the corona infection. Programs can be organized in a virtual way. Small programs will be allowed. But the programs in which crowd gathers have been banned for the time being.
Changes in BJP’s 16th program
BJP has also changed its big program to be held on 16 January in view of the corona infection. On this day there is to be training on Kushabhau Thackeray organizing committee and organization. Ministers and officials have been asked not to bring supporters to the meeting. The party has also decided that the day-long meeting will now be held at two different places. In one meeting, 6 and in the second meeting, 4 divisional officers will be involved. Limited members will also be called in the meetings of the committees attached to the organizing committee. In this meeting of BJP, Chief Minister, State President, State Organization General Secretary, Co-Organization General Secretary, Union Minister including ministers and state office bearers have to attend.
social distance and mask
State General Secretary of BJP Bhagwandas Sabnani said that the party has made arrangements to follow social distancing in its meetings. Along with this, now even those without masks will not be given entry in the BJP office.