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Jun 08, 2020
8:49AM

Union Home Minister Amit Shah addresses BJP's first virtual rally in Bihar

PTI
Union Home Minister Amit Shah has exhorted the BJP workers to join hands to fight against Covid 19 under Prime Minister Narendra Modi's leadership. Addressing the party's first virtual rally 'Bihar Jan Samvad', he said that the rally is not an election or political rally but it is a rally to bring the people of the country together in our fight against Corona.

Mr. Shah said, the BJP will organise 75 such virtual rallies across the country. Criticising opposition parties particularly Congress and RJD, he said that these parties are doing politics in the name of migrant workers. He said around 1.25 crore migrants have been safely brought to their places by the Modi government at Centre and several measures have been taken for their welfare.
 

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