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India has become a superpower: Kamal Nath’s excavation at the center of Covid-19 | India News


BHOPAL: Madhya Pradesh head of Congress Kamal Nath pointed to the Center on Thursday about the bleak coronavirus situation in India and said the country has become a “superpower” under Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the world now fears him.
According to Union Health Ministry data updated on Thursday, India reported a record single-day increase of 3,79,257 new coronavirus infections, bringing the count to 1,83,76,524, while the death toll increased to 2,04,832 with a record3,645 new daily deaths.
Addressing a virtual press conference, Nath said: “The country has become a superpower under Modiji, and the world fears it now.”
“The time has come in the history of our country where the media has an important role to play. The international media revealed facts, whether you tune in to the BBC, CNN, French news, news from Germany and countries. small like Singapore, their headlines are India, “added the former chief minister of Madhya Pradesh.
“Modiji has turned the country into a superpower and no one wants to get close to him. India has been forced to receive help from Pakistan, Bangladesh. Pakistan has said that we are ready to send them tanks and (oxygen) cylinders. The situation has reached such a point. step we are looking for help, he added.
To a query, the former Union minister said: “People are dying. This is being shown in the international media. Please put it on BBC, CNN, please on French television and people send me these links of all the world”.
“Now, the world is afraid of India. Mr Modi has managed to turn India into a superpower … that everyone is now afraid of India,” he said.
When asked about the inoculation campaign, Nath criticized the central government saying it was involved in the export of vaccines.
“We weren’t worried about hitting. We were busy exporting Modiji to win praise. Modji is shipping vaccines,” he said.
“The policy of glorification is proving to be too costly,” he said in an apparent reference to vaccine shortages that India is looking on the threshold of launching an inoculation campaign for the 18-45 age group starting Saturday.

Times of India