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Rekha felicitates Corona warriors, joins people in writing Post Cards to PM
10/8/2021 11:14:12 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, Oct 8: On the conclusion of nationwide 'Seva aur Samarpan Abhiyan' programmes organised by Bharatiya Janata Party, Rekha Mahajan, Secretary, BJP, J&K, felicitated Doctor Vanita Singh and Heath Care Staff of Trikuta Nagar Health Care Centre, for their tireless efforts in vaccination of the people. She presented them momentos carrying PM's message read as "I acknowledge our doctors, innovators, administrators, nurses, healthcare and all front-line workers, who have toiled to make the vaccination drive a success. Let us keep boosting vaccination to defeat COVID-19"
Applauding the services of doctors and para medicos, Rekha Mahajan, said that they are the Corona Warriors, who risked their lives, worked hard to make the vaccination drive a success due to which J&K has achieved a milestone by vaccinating highest ever 1.78 lakh people in a day, adding that their contribution has been splendid.
Describing Narendra Modi as a Prime Minister with courage and conviction to take bold decisions, she said that due to this approach he excelled every other Head of the Government in the world during COVID times when India developed more than one vaccine and even exporting these to other countries.
Meanwhile, people present at the vaccination centre for their vaccination dose, also wrote post cards conveying birthday greetings to PM under Post Card to PM Programme and thanking him for his relentless Sewa towards Maa Bharati,without a single day's leave. They penned down messages of congratulating PM Narendra Modi for completing twenty years in Constitutional Offices on October 07, 2021and also prayed for healthy and long life of PM.
They further expressed their gratitude to the PM for providing free vaccination to all the citizens of India.
Later, they posted these postcards in Trikuta Nagar Post office.
Rekha was accompanied by BJP women activists, including District General Secretary Divya Jain, Manisha Sharma and locals of the area.
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