BJP President JP Nadda tests positive for COVID-19

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Updated: December 13, 2020 6:24 PM

JP Nadda tests positive for Covid-19: The BJP chief has requested those who had come in contact with him to isolate and get themselves checked.

Nadda said the Modi government is committed to do everything possible to preserve the interests of farmers, he said.Nadda said the Modi government is committed to do everything possible to preserve the interests of farmers, he said.

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President JP Nadda tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday, he informed in a tweet and shared that he was under isolation and feeling ok. In his message on Twitter, Nadda shared that he got the Coronavirus test done after exhibiting the initial symptoms. He added that his health is fine and he is following all the home isolation guidelines on the advice of doctors.

He further requested people who had come in contact with him in the last few days to isolate themselves and get themselves checked.

Nadda, who began his 120-day nationwide tour earlier this month, was recently on a two-day visit to Bengal. He held several meetings with party office bearers and workers. He also visited a number of places in the poll-bound state. During his travel to Diamond Harbour, he had also come under attack from what BJP claims were “TMC goons”.

Commenting on the tweet put out by JP Nadda, BJP General Secretary (Organisation) BL Santosh said: “Get well soon Sir . Party needs your active guidance at the earliest. Take care. Our wishes & prayers are with you.”

On August 2, former BJP President and Home Minister Amit Shah had tested positive for Covid-19. He said that he was fine but was “getting hospitalised on the advice of doctors’. After over three weeks, Amit Shah recovered from coronavirus.

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