Sakarman Ke Gambher Khatre Se Jhujh Rhe Ghaone Ki Mehaj 15 Mint Me Nabj Tatol Gaye CM

In just fifteen minutes, the Prime Minister gave a pulse to the villages at risk of infection
Jhansi Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who was struggling with the threat of Corona, returned in just fifteen minutes. The Chief Minister did not go to a village, but returned from the outside and instructed the officials to make a promise for the Corona Free Village. He also asked the newly elected village chief and the members of the village monitoring committee questions about tests and vaccinations.
After the review meeting ended, the Chief Minister’s convoy directly reached Gandhinagar Majra of Garhmau Gram Panchayat of Bargaon Block. The district administration had already received notice of the Chief Minister’s arrival, and so other precautions, including cleanliness throughout the area, were being smoothed out. There was lime in every street in the village. The silt was also removed by cleaning the drains of the drains. The villagers were asked not to come out of their homes. More than two hundred police officers have been deployed throughout the village in the name of security. Even in the standing sun, soldiers were parked on the roofs of houses. The Chief Minister’s convoy reached the elementary school directly at around one and a half hours. The newly elected village director Radha Devi was present here together with members of the village monitoring committee. The prime minister first spoke to the newly elected village chief Radha. He wished him a victory and asked for the difference in votes. Radha Devi spoke of the win with 94 votes. The Chief Minister asked them to take part in corona control and help with testing. The members of the Supervisory Committee then asked questions, including the distribution of medicines and tests. Here the prime minister advised to work resolutely to keep the entire village clean and tidy and to keep its village corona free. The Prime Minister did not go into the village. After about ten minutes’ stay here, the Chief Minister’s convoy reached the Garhmau Untergesundheitszentrum directly. Again, he spoke to the members of the monitoring committee about vaccinations and tests. The Prime Minister stayed here barely five minutes. The prime minister did not even go into the village and came back from outside.
Villagers locked in houses before the prime minister arrives
Jhansi In view of the arrival of CM, heavy police were deployed on all roads in the village. The police had also installed barricades in the village so that no one could get around the venue. All the village workers and party officials wanted to contact the prime minister and tell them the problem, but the police did not even let anyone go. The people of the village of Virguvan in front of Gandhinagar wanted to explain the problem of not having a cowshed. He also wanted to tell about the plight of the local health center. All the youths stood around the venue, but before the CM arrived, the police chased them all away. The villagers were also locked in the houses. The police did not let anyone out of the house, citing the lockdown. Some villagers climbed their rooftops to see the prime minister, but the police forcefully brought them down.
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Gram Panchayat, with a population of four thousand, every patient suffered from a fever
In the Gram Panchayat, 1,600 voters are in Gadhmau, while 700 voters are in Gandhinagar. The entire Gram Panchayat has a population of almost 4,000. Ten days ago there were patients in almost every house in the village who suffered from fevers and colds. The villagers say they were not treated in state hospitals, only supported by the Hawk doctors living in the village. He left the hospital and supported everyone. The tests started after the CM’s schedule was established, but the tests were not performed before that. The villagers say the vaccination rate is also very slow.

In just fifteen minutes, the Prime Minister gave a pulse to the villages at risk of infection

Jhansi Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, who was struggling with the threat of Corona, returned in just fifteen minutes. The Chief Minister did not go to a village, but returned from the outside and instructed the officials to make a promise for the Corona Free Village. He also asked the newly elected village chief and the members of the village monitoring committee questions about tests and vaccinations.

After the review meeting ended, the Chief Minister’s convoy directly reached Gandhinagar Majra of Garhmau Gram Panchayat of Bargaon Block. The district administration had already received notice of the Chief Minister’s arrival, and so other precautions, including cleanliness throughout the area, were being smoothed out. There was lime in every street in the village. The silt was also removed by cleaning the drains of the drains. The villagers were asked not to come out of their homes. More than two hundred police officers have been deployed throughout the village in the name of security. Even in the standing sun, soldiers were parked on the roofs of houses. The Chief Minister’s convoy reached the elementary school directly at around one and a half hours. The newly elected village director Radha Devi was present here together with members of the village monitoring committee. The prime minister first spoke to the newly elected village chief Radha. He wished him a victory and asked for the difference in votes. Radha Devi spoke of the win with 94 votes. The Chief Minister asked them to participate in corona control and help with testing. The members of the Supervisory Committee then asked questions, including the distribution of medicines and tests. Here the prime minister advised to work resolutely to keep the entire village clean and tidy and to keep its village corona free. The Prime Minister did not go into the village. After a ten-minute stay here, the Chief Minister’s convoy reached the Garhmau Sub-Health Center directly. Again, he spoke to the members of the monitoring committee about vaccinations and tests. The Prime Minister stayed here barely five minutes. The prime minister did not even go into the village and came back from outside.

Villagers locked in houses before the prime minister arrives

Jhansi In view of the arrival of CM, heavy police were deployed on all roads in the village. The police had also installed barricades in the village so that no one could get around the venue. All the village workers and party officials wanted to contact the prime minister and tell them the problem, but the police did not even let anyone go. The people of the village of Virguvan in front of Gandhinagar wanted to explain the problem of not having a cowshed. He also wanted to tell about the plight of the local health center. All the youths stood around the venue, but before the CM arrived, the police chased them all away. The villagers were also locked in the houses. The police did not let anyone out of the house, citing the lockdown. Some villagers climbed their rooftops to see the prime minister, but the police forcefully brought them down.

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Gram Panchayat, with a population of four thousand, every patient suffered from a fever

In the Gram Panchayat, 1,600 voters are in Gadhmau, while 700 voters are in Gandhinagar. The entire Gram Panchayat has a population of almost 4,000. Ten days ago there were patients in almost every house in the village who suffered from fevers and colds. The villagers say they were not treated in state hospitals, only supported by the Hawk doctors living in the village. He left the hospital and supported everyone. The tests started after the CM’s schedule was established, but the tests were not performed before that. The villagers say the vaccination rate is also very slow.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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