No protests, rallies for a month: BJP chief Nadda

New Delhi, March 18 (IANS) In the wake of coronavirus pandemic, Bharatiya Janata Party has issued a strong advisory to its members putting a stop on any kind of mass gathering.

BJP national President J.P. Nadda on Wednesday asked his party workers to avoid sit-ins and protests for at least a month.

A meeting of BJP Parliamentary Board was held on Tuesday at the Parliament premises in which Prime Minister Narendra Modi had urged the party members and workers to play a role in combating the coronavirus. Thereafter, Nadda issued the advisory on Wednesday.

In a message to worker, Nadda said: “The party will not take a part in any kind of protest for next one month. If there is any serious problem then two to four members will hand over the memorandum to concerned officer as a delegation”.

Hence, in non-BJP-ruling state the party will not stage any protest or take part in any protest for the next one month.



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