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Gujarat: Mansukh Mandaviya Inaugurates Indian Potash Limited Office Building In Ahmedabad

| Updated: October 2, 2022 19:06

Union Health Minister Dr. Mansukh Mandaviya on Sunday inaugurated the Indian Potash Limited office building In Ahmedabad, Gujarat. He also elaborated on the benefits of Nano Urea and how it will play a pivotal role in ensuring food and nutritional security of the nation.

On this occasion Mandaviya said, “PM Narendrabhai Modi’s government is working on both the immediate and long-term solutions to make India Aatma nirbhar in the fertilisers sector. This is an attempt to help the people of Gujarat and move towards development.” 

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Union Minister of Health and Family Welfare Mansukh Mandaviya has been assigned the responsibility to lead and execute this task of managing Central ministers and chief ministers who will visit various constituencies and meet different communities from September 29 to October 31. 

BJP ministers are asked to organise gatherings and discourses with communities such as Scheduled Tribes, Scheduled Caste, Patel, Kshatriya, Brahmin, Lohana and others. Organising Chai Pe Charcha with leaders of communities is a task assigned to ministers. 

Not just various communities, ministers are also instructed to give due importance to various religious leaders and their places of worship. One-to-one meetings with religious gurus and visits to temples to pay respect are also categorically mentioned.

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