Bhopal: Kamal Nath set to attack government through social media

BJP plans to meet people

Staff ReporterUpdated: Thursday, May 27, 2021, 10:13 PM IST
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BHOPAL: Congress has planned to attack the government, as Covid-19 has begun to lose its bite.

The Opposition which has already taken the government to task over the number of deaths is set to become more aggressive than it was earlier.

Former chief minister Kamal Nath is preparing to rip into the government through social media.

Nath will send his message to people through the YouTube channel on Saturday.

He will speak about the government’s failures in the second wave of the pandemic.

Congress’s social media team has spared no effort to criticise the government in the time of corona.

On the other hand, the BJP plans to plunge into action to reply to Congress’s attack.

The BJP is planning to launch a campaign in villages on the occasion of the party’s seven years rule at the Centre.

The party leaders and workers will have virtual communication with the people so that they may know about the problems the people are facing after the corona pandemic.

The party will focus on giving rations to the poor to quell the people’s anger.

It is because of the corona pandemic that political and social gatherings will not be permitted.

Therefore, the RSS members will reach the people in small groups.

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