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Mumbai: Thane BJP District President Niranjan Davkhare shares his views on migrant crisis amid Covid-19 induced lockdown

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Mumbai: Thane BJP District President Niranjan Davkhare shares his views on migrant crisis amid Covid-19 induced lockdown

News report by Laxmi Shekhawat :

Mumbai: Thane BJP District President Niranjan Davkhare

Food distribution by Thane BJP District President Niranjan Davkhare amid lockdown.

Mask distribution to police by Thane BJP District President Niranjan Davkhare.

shares his views on migrant crisis amid Covid-19 induced lockdown

Mumbai: Niranjan Davkhare, son of late NCP Leader Vasant Davkhare, is a Thane District President of BJP party.

Amid the Covid-19 induced lockdown, he has been working with his team to help the distressed people and the daily wage migrant labourers in every possible manner.

Notably, on behalf of BJP Corporators, he and his team have covered entire Thane belt by providing food grain kits comprising wheat flour, rice, pulses to more than 2,00,000 families They had also made special food packets for senior citizens and got them personally delivered at their residence since coronavirus was more dangerous for them.

They have even ventured into a new project “Kamal Kavach” to test Covid-19. This is very essential to break the chain. Kamal Kavach comes at subsidised rate if they’re positive or negative. And if positive then eventually they start treating them.

Niranjan and his team have also distributed the product to some companies to help them like Parle-G helped them with 25,000 biscuits. Eventually they are supplying it to all quarantine centres in Thane.

This is apart from providing immunity boosters and Ayurvedic medicines which they have distributed to more than 1,00,000 people.

Speaking to Hello Mumbai News Team on phone, Mr. Niranjan says the migrant crisis could have been handled in a much better manner by the state government. However, this arrangement wasn’t made before by the government.

Migrant workers and other people were thrown out due to their inability to pay rent when there was a shortage of houses.

Government could have helped people by opening schools and colleges which was closed due to lockdown and to give them shelter like it has been done now, but it was too late.

And lastly it is his suggestion to the Maharashtra Government to maintain proper coordination among the officers and political leaders. He says if there is proper synergy between all these then probably the functioning will be smooth.

News Edit by K.V.Raman

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