Mail News Service
Jamshedpur, April 2: A BJP Kolhan delegation met Deputy Commissioner Ravi Shankar Shukla today and discussed various relief measures adopted during the lockdown period to cater to the food needs of the people of the poor and needy sections of the people. They explained that party workers under supervision of Mandal presidents of respective areas were distributing food packets and rations under the scheme Modi Ahaar launched at the call of the party’s national president JP Nadda.
The four member delegation led by BJP district president Dinesh Kumar also took information on daily food distribution and other relief programmes undertaken by the district administration. The delegation urged the DC to conduct sanitization spray in all localities of Jamshedpur. It pointed out that no positive steps had been taken to prevent viral infections in slum areas.
The Deputy Commissioner taking not of the observations said that talks had been held with the Tata management and soon sanitizer spray will be done in all localities and slum areas of the city. He asked the BJP delegation for the party’s cooperation in dispensing or relief work. The delegation assured that all party workers would work in tandem with the district administration to discharge relief responsibilities.
The BJP Kolhan level delegation headed by Dinesh Kumar included parliamentarian’s representative Sanjiv Kumar, former district presidents Nandji Prasad and Vinod Singh and Pawan Agrawal.