BJP leaders flouted the rules in a program organized on the birthday of Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar


Indore: Covid-19 Pandemic: Amongst the epidemic of Corona virus, cases of breaking the rules of social distancing in political programs are continuously coming up. A similar case has come up in Indore city of Madhya Pradesh, where a large crowd gathered in the program organized on the birthday of Union Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and BJP leaders took away the rules. In the event of distribution of ration, the public became uncontrollable in the scorching heat and fiercely snatched for food. Former BJP MLA Sudarshan Gupta and his supporters organized the food distribution program in Kamla Nehru Colony, Indore. The special thing is that this colony has three coron hot spot zones. Later Sudarshan Gupta said that people who did not have the token spread because of them, they regret it.

Earlier, on May 26, in the event organized by Union Minister Tomar in Sheopur, social distancing was similarly ignored. Similar views were witnessed during the arrival of Agriculture and Rural Panchayat Development Minister Narendra Singh Tomar in Sheopur in the Union Government. Tomar reached Sheopur but remained unperturbed by social distancing in his own parliamentary constituency. Not only this, the officers of the district were also seen paying obeisance to the minister and his supporters. Tomar had arrived in Sheopur, Madhya Pradesh in an event in the last week of May to honor the ‘Corona Warriors’. As soon as he reached his rest house, there was a large gathering of workers including BJP officials in the district to meet him. The minister did not appear to give him the advice to stay away even once during this time.