Rahul Gandhi: PM Modi’s Tears Not Saved Lives Of many People, Oxygen Could Have

New Delhi News: Slapping the Centre over its COVID-19 pandemic sit handling, Congress leader Mr. Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said that 90 percent of the people who have died due to coronavirus infection could have been saved and he added that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s tears not saved the lives of the Indian citizens but oxygen could have.

The demand for the medical oxygen increased suddenly after a record surge in coronavirus after the hit of 2nd wave of covid-19 cases raised.

The slam on the Centre came while the former Congress chief was releasing a white paper on the Centre Government of India’s management of COVID-19 situation.

He said that the ambition of this white paper is not to point fingers at the central government but to help the nation prepare for the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Wayanad MP also said that the management of the first and second wave of COVID-19 was “ very much disastrous”.

COVID: PM’s tears didn’t save lives of people but oxygen could have, says Rahul Gandhi

This comes up  a day after Rahul Gandhi slammed the Centre’s decision of not paying an ex gratia to the families of those who died due to Covid-19 as “cruelty” and usaid that the compensations are also just a small help for the people and the Modi government is unwilling to do that as well.

However, he praised the Central government’s handling of a record number of vaccinations on Monday.

As of Monday, India has administered around 86,16,373 COVID-19 vaccine doses, it is the highest ever single day vaccinations in the world as of now.

The Union Health Ministry has informed today. Thus India has vaccinated more than the actual population of the New Zealand in a single day.

What Rahul Gandhi Suggested:

All India Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday said that the Covid-19 fatality numbers could be five or six times higher in India, but we must focus on vaccination drives, as the second wave was very much bad, the third wave would be worse.

The AIC leader said that the only way out is to vaccinate completely 100 percent of the population and the focus should be on it, while saying that it’s good that more than 80 lakh people took vaccines on Monday, but this should be an ongoing process.

In a letter to all the government-funded colleges and universities, University  Grant Commission (UGC) also shared the approved designs of posters in both the languages in Hindi and English.

It also directed the administrations that the respective institutions to share the same in social media handles as well.

The government could have spent the amount of money for the health infrastructure of the country which is wasted on the elections campaign, as per many reports the politicians waste the public money for the campaigns of their parties during the election period.

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The election commission should limit the wastage of money during the election campaigns.

Earlier, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday declared a white paper of the party on the Covid-19 pandemic situation and said that the ambition of the report is just not to point the finger at the Centre government but it is to help the nation to prepare for the third wave.

He also asked the central government to make Covid-19 fund for the families who lost their dear ones and implement the NYAY scheme for them.

The Indian National Congress leader said that the whole country is aware that before the second wave, the scientists and doctors warned the Central Government.

But the Central Government has not taken the necessary measures to protect the citizens from the second wave of Covid-19, that is the reason we are today again standing here” he said.

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