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Covid Prevailing Conditions Prove Modi Has Failed As Prime Minister: IMA National Vice President | India News


JALANDHAR: In a scathing attack on Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the condition prevailing in the country during the second wave of Covid-19, the National Vice President of the Indian Medical Association (IMA), Dr. Navjot Singh Dahiya, has said that Despite being tested as a ‘failed Prime Minister’ to control the Coronavirus, the Prime Minister has become a ‘super spreader’ by holding large political rallies in poll-bound states. The prime minister even allowed ‘Kumbh Mela’ during such a dire situation, he said.
“While the medical fraternity strives to make people understand Covid norms such as social distancing, Prime Minister Modi did not hesitate to address large political demonstrations in the forced-to-vote state, throwing all of the Covid norms on the air. “Dr. Dahiya said in a statement issued Saturday.
“In 2020, during the first days of Corona in the month of January, when the first Corona patient was found in India, Prime Minister Modi instead of making arrangements to fight Corona, preferred to organize the meeting of more than one lakh of people in Gujarat to welcome the then president of the United States, Donald Trump, “recalled the national vice president of IMA, adding:” Now that the second wave of Covid-19 has not yet reached its peak, the entire health system is failing as the prime minister did not take any steps to strengthen it throughout the year. ” He also criticized the government for supporting Baba Ramdev‘s’ Coronil’, which, he said, was rejected by the WHO the next day.
“The shortage of medical oxygen has become the reason for the death of many patients in all parts of the country, in the face of the fact that several oxygen production projects were still pending with the Union government for authorization and a necessity so important it was not taken care of by the Government of Modi “, alleged Dr. Dahiya.
“As India fights a second wave of Covid and states shut down, election rallies and the Kumbh Mela in Haridwar appear to have compromised efforts to curb the spread of the infection,” he argued.
“The impact of the pandemic is clearly visible throughout the country with bodies piled up in crematoria and long lines of ambulances outside hospitals in almost every city in the country,” he added. “Even on the issue of farmers’ agitation against agricultural laws, Prime Minister Modi did not act responsibly and allowed a large gathering of farmers, without solving their problems, causing a serious threat of the spread of Covid,” added Dr. Dahiya, who previously also served as president of IMA’s Punjab unit.

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