Gwalior Political News: Jagendra Sen, Gwalior NewDuniya. Rajya Sabha member Jyotiraditya Scindia, while discussing with the media on Thursday, said that we have overcome the second wave of corona infection, have not yet won. To deal with the third wave of infection, the central and state governments have started preparations on a war footing. The biggest weapon we will have to deal with the third wave will be the vaccine. Efforts are being made on a war footing for vaccination. During his stay in Bhopal, a detailed discussion has been held with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan and senior party leaders in this regard.
Jyotiraditya Scindia came to Gwalior on Thursday after a day’s stay in Bhopal. During the two-day stay, Scindia will hand over the ambulances to the district administration on Friday. Apart from this, condolences will go to people’s homes to express their condolences. Talking to the media at the airport, Scindia said that efforts were made to mobilize oxygen to life saving medicines by working jointly with Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar to deal with the second wave.
There is no such thing as a change of leadership: Scindia said that there is no such thing as change of leadership in the state. In 16 months, the work done by the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government in taking forward the development works in difficult circumstances is remarkable. Due to the government working in the right direction, the second wave has been controlled. People’s confidence in the government has increased.
Political ties with Jatin reunited: Jyotiraditya Scindia said that Jatin’s decision to leave Congress and join BJP is justified. Jatin has worked with me like a younger brother. I have family ties with him. Political ties, which were broken for some time, have been reunited with his joining the BJP. I am sure that the organization will make better use of Jatin’s capabilities, he added.
Strict action should be taken against illegal miners: Scindia said that strict action should be taken against those doing illegal mining in the area. I will discuss with the divisional and district officials in this regard. After taking action on nursing colleges and private hospitals, it is unfair to restart them under another name. Action will also be taken against them if such cases come to the notice.