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BJP not to hold protest for 1 month in view of coronavirus: Nadda

The BJP has decided not to hold any protest or demonstration for a month in view of the coronavirus outbreak, party president JP Nadda said on Wednesday.

The party would not hold public gatherings, he said, adding that if they had to convey anything, senior party leaders would do so through memoranda.“All party units have been asked to spread awareness about coronavirus and their dos and don’ts,” Nadda said.

The BJP president’s statement came a day after Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a parliamentary party meeting of the BJP asked MPs to spread awareness among the people in small groups about coronavirus and suggested that they should refrain from launching any mass agitation till April 15.