The Trinamool Congress on Wednesday targeted the BJP-led government at the Center and the Election Commission, saying their hands were stained with the blood of Kovid-19 patients as they ignored the grave threat of corona virus.
Kolkata. The Trinamool Congress on Wednesday targeted the BJP-led government at the Center and the Election Commission, saying their hands were stained with the blood of Kovid-19 patients as they ignored the grave threat of corona virus. The Trinamool Congress said that due to being ignored, the epidemic spread rapidly in West Bengal during the month of April. Trinamool Congress MP Saugata Roy told reporters that Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Home Minister Amit Shah addressed 50 rallies in April. On an average, two public meetings were held every day, despite a steady increase in the cases of Kovid-19.
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He said the Election Commission refused to accept the Trinamool Congress request to hold the last three phase elections simultaneously. Because of this, on April 26 and April 29, in the last two phases, more than 14 million people, including polling personnel, will remain infected. “The Center and the Election Commission have the blood of Kovid-19 patients on their hands as they ignore the threat to the health of the people and stick to their agenda,” Rai said.
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The Madras High Court has also reprimanded the Election Commission. “Continuing the attack, Rai said,” The epidemic spread in West Bengal in April due to the BJP-led government at the Center and the Election Commission’s steps. The infection did not spread that much in March. ”He alleged that the Narendra Modi-led government also misled people regarding the Corona virus vaccination.
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