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‘My Daughter, My Pride’: Union Minister On Daughter Becoming COVID-19 Warrior

Mansukh Mandaviya daughter Becomed Covid Warrior
Union Minister Mansukh Mandaviya expressed his pride over his daughter, Disha becoming a COVID-19 warrior.

She has now become a frontline worker who will be engaged in saving the lives of all those who are struggling in the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. The union chemical and fertilisers minister took to Twitter to share his proud moment.

“My Daughter, My Pride! Disha, I have waited so long to see you in this role. I am filled with pride that you are rendering your duty as an Intern in this critical time. The nation needs your service and I’m sure you will prove yourself,” he tweeted along with a picture of his daughter Disha who was dressed in a PPE suit.

Desi Twitterati Praise Mansukh Mandaviya and his daughter Disha

Mansukh Mandaviya‘s latest post has garnered a lot of appreciation and admiration from the people.

One user wrote about how a leader like Mansukh Mandaviya and was setting an example for the Indian political fraternity.

Dr Rutvij Patel, the ex-president of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM), Gujrat Pradesh said that Disha would be as beneficial as her father Mansukh Mandaviya towards the nation.

Another leader named Amit Thaker, the ex-national president of the BJYM congratulated Disha Mandaviya for her contributions to the fight against COVID-19.

One user wished the best for both Disha and her father.

Meanwhile, Mandaviya who was also the minister of state for ports, shipping and waterway tweeted that the government has directed all major ports to waive all charges for ships carrying oxygen and oxygen-related equipment cargo. The port chairpersons were also asked to keep an eye on all the berthing and logistics operations. In another tweet, Mandaviya gave an update about the ‘MV Hai Nam 86’ ship. The tweet said that the ship was carrying oxygen cylinders had reached Deendayal Port on the Gujarat coast.