Former Chief Minister of Maharashtra tested positive of COVID-19
Former chief minister of Maharashtra, Devendra Fadnavis has tested positive for coronavirus. He was recently incharge of the party’s Bihar assembly election campaign. He choose tweeter to publicise this news, he wrote: “God wants me to stop for a while and take a break.”
I have been working every single day since the lockdown but now it seems that God wants me to stop for a while and take a break !
I have tested #COVID19 positive and in isolation.
Taking all medication & treatment as per the advice of the doctors.
— Devendra Fadnavis (@Dev_Fadnavis) October 24, 2020
On Thursday Deputy Chief minister of Bihar, Sushil Kumar Modi was tested positive for coronavirus and Mr. Fadnavis has been campaign along with him for the upcoming elections. Days after this he held joint campaign with Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, 69, in Buxar and Bhojpur.
In his recent tweeter post Mr Fadnavis requested every reader who was in contact with him to get tested for the same. Approximately over 78 lakh people might have been affected because of Mr. Fadnavis. As poll related meeting were held everyday.
The Bihar elections is the biggest poll to be held after beginning of coronavirus and of which Devendra Fadnavis is incharge of.