- Sanjay Raut said that the fight against Kovid is not political, but saving lives
- Mr. Raut said that Maharashtra succeeded in controlling Kovid spread in slums.
- Despite the recovery in Maharashtra, the opposition is criticizing us, he said
The fight against Coronavirus was not a political fight, but a fight to save the lives of the people, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said in Parliament that he defended the Maharashtra government’s efforts to curb the pandemic, which cost the state over 10 lakh Has influenced more people. The state government succeeded in controlling the spread of the epidemic among slum groups such as Dharavi, an effort that garnered praise from the World Health Organization (WHO).
It did not recover from eating “Bhabhi Ji Papad”, Shiv Sena leader made sarcastic remarks, apparently referring to Union Minister and BJP leader Arjun Ram Meghwal claims In July the Papad brand had the ability to develop an anti-body against the coronavirus in the body. Mr. Meghwal later tested positive for the virus.
The Shiv Sena MP said that although the confirmed cases from the state were the highest, it had successfully managed to recover most of the dead virus-infected people.
Rau said, “My mother and my brother are infected with Kovid. More than 30,000 people have recovered from COVID in Maharashtra. How did this happen? Today, the situation is under control in Dharavi. BHC praised BMC’s efforts Is, ”said Mr. Rai. Rajya Sabha.
Despite these efforts, Mr. Raut said, the opposition was only concerned in criticizing the state government.
“I want to ask the members how did so many people recover?” Why did people become like father-in-law’s papadThe (Did they recover from bhabhi ji’s food Papad (Breakfast)? This is not a political fight, but a fight to save the lives of people, ”he mentioned Mr. Meghwal.
Mr. Meghwal has been at the forefront of criticizing the state government for dealing with the COVID-19 crisis with the Leader of the Opposition in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, Devendra Fadnavis, Alleging that the Uddhav Thackeray government was trying to slow down the number of trials to control the epidemic in the state.
Mr. Fadnavis has also claimed that all the government decisions so far were on paper only while the ground situation was different. He has also alleged that the jumbo facilities set up to treat COVID-19 patients are engulfed in corruption and have not benefited the needy.
“The government has to understand that the percentage of virus outbreaks has increased,” he said. He also targeted the government for incidents of atrocities on women in COVID-19 care centers.
Maharashtra – which still accounts for about a quarter of new daily cases – reported 23,365 new infections on Wednesday.
This morning, India’s Kovid crossed the 51 lakh mark as the country recorded 97,894 new cases in the last 24 hours. Of these, more than 11 lakh cases are from Maharashtra.