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Dr. Harsh Vardhan stopped tweeting related to Corona or Health Ministry

After the removal of Prime Minister Narendra Modi from the cabinet, Dr. Harsh Vardhan is equally active on social media, but he has stopped tweeting on issues like Health Ministry or Corona. Now most of his tweets are related to the Prime Minister and his program. He does not even tweet the Health Ministry’s briefing or other information related to Corona. Most of the tweets he has made related to Corona are related to the Prime Minister’s speech or meeting etc.

Recently, during the cabinet expansion, the Prime Minister had surprised everyone by leaving many veteran ministers. Dr. Harsh Vardhan is also among the strong leaders to be dropped from the cabinet. It was said in political corridors that during Corona Dr. Harsh Vardhan was blamed for mismanagement. Mansukh Mandaviya has been made the Minister of Health and Family Welfare in his place.

As Health Minister Harsh Vardhan figures related to Kovid, vaccination He used to tweet continuously. After the cabinet expansion, he is constantly active on Twitter, but only a few of his tweets are such, which do not have a direct connection with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

Till 3 pm on July 15, five out of eight tweets from Harsh Vardhan’s account were related to the Prime Minister. Most of these were tweets (including live streaming) related to Narendra Modi’s visit to Banaras. In one, he tweeted, referring to PM Modi’s statement, ‘Skill development of the new generation of youth is a national need, a huge foundation of self-reliant India. This message of PM Narendra Modi ji on World Youth Skills Day is very meaningful because only those who are skilled will develop.

Earlier on the midnight of 14-15 July, Dr. Harsh Vardhan also tweeted about Piyush Goyal being made leader in Rajya Sabha and wrote, ‘Piyush ji has a natural talent to take everyone along. I hope that he will give proof of his extraordinary ability by establishing better relations among all in the House. On July 14, he increased the DA of central employees (Central government employees DA hike) was also tweeted from his account.

Dr. Harsh Vardhan He has also retweeted all the tweets of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Let me tell you that from the cabinet Dr. Harsh Vardhan, PM Modi surprised everyone by leaving veteran leaders like Ravi Shankar Prasad and Prakash Javadekar. Different reasons and arguments were counted behind the removal of these leaders in the political corridors. His controversy with Twitter was also seen adding to the removal of Ravi Shankar Prasad.

After their removal from the cabinet, the matter of displeasure of these leaders also came to the fore. Meanwhile, on July 12, Ravi Shankar Prasad tweeted and congratulated the new Information and Communication Technology Minister Ashwini Vaishnav and also praised him for insisting on strict adherence to the new IT rules. Apparently his target was on Twitter itself.

Meanwhile, there is also news that the letter sent by the government to the American company Apple in this regard to comply with these rules has been withdrawn. According to the Indian Express news, when the government realized that Apple is not a social media platform, hence its e-message service will not come under the purview of India’s IT law, the letter was withdrawn.

On the other hand, after assuming the post of Health Ministry, Mansukh Mandaviya is constantly tweeting on issues like the functioning of the Ministry, Kovid and Vaccination. A day earlier, he had tweeted, ‘I have received information from the statements and letters of various state governments and leaders regarding the availability of the vaccine. This situation can be better understood by a real analysis of the facts. Useless statements are being made only to create panic among the people.

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