Corona: Union Minister Amit Shah spends more time in MHA, holds all meetings in North Block

Home Minister Amit Shah is once again seen holding a meeting in Mantralaya amidst the improvement in the situation due to the Corona epidemic.


New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is once again seen holding a meeting in the Ministry of Home Affairs in the event of an improvement in the situation caused by the coronavirus in the country. Let us tell you that Wednesday was very important in this regard. In fact, on April 20, Home Minister Amit Shah spent a lot of time in his office and met several ministers apart from several meetings.


Due to this activism of Amit Shah, once again there was a lot of movement in the Home Ministry. During this, he participated in many meetings with the officers. In this, Goa Chief Minister Pramod Sawant also met Union Home Minister Amit Shah on a matter related to Goa.


Apart from a matter related to Goa, many cabinet ministers came to meet Amit Shah in the Home Ministry on Wednesday. These included Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, Environment Minister Bhupendra Yadav, Parliamentary Affairs and Coal Minister Pralhad Joshi and Law Minister Kiren Rijiju. At the same time, Delhi BJP leaders also met Shah till noon regarding the Jahangirpuri violence case.


Significantly, Amit Shah is holding a large-scale meeting in North Block, handling both the ministry and political work. Significantly, in the midst of the improving situation of the epidemic, he has started spending more time in the ministry.


On Wednesday, senior leaders of the Delhi BJP met Amit Shah at the headquarters of the Union Home Ministry regarding the violence in the Jahangirpuri area of ​​Delhi. This meeting lasted for about an hour. Delhi BJP President Adesh Gupta, MP Ramesh Bidhuri, MLA Ram Bir Bidhuri and leader Maninder Singh Sirsa were present in this. However, BJP leaders called it a regular meeting.


On Tuesday, Amit Shah had asked Power Minister RK. Singh, Coal Minister Prahlad Joshi and Railway Minister Ashwini Vaishnav sought a report on the ongoing coal and power situation across the country.