Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Wednesday said that the country’s economy as well as social and political systems are “collapsing” due to the rising outbreak of Kovid-19 and said that it has pushed the country back by at least 20 years.
Mumbai. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut on Wednesday said that the country’s economy as well as social and political systems are “collapsing” due to the rising outbreak of Kovid-19 and said that it has pushed the country back by at least 20 years. Raut told reporters that India’s reputation has fallen internationally due to the worsening situation of the Kovid-19. Praising the “Mumbai model” and Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray’s efforts to stop the spread of Kovid-19, Raut said that this model needs to be implemented in every part of the country.
A Shiv Sena spokesperson said, “India has gone back at least 20 years due to the global epidemic. I do not know how much it had grown in the last five-ten years, but the country’s economy and social and political system has collapsed. Now only the struggle for existence continues. We have to fight a big battle to stand again. ” He said that the cases in Mumbai have come down due to the imposition of lockdown and said that efforts are being made at all times to bring the situation under control. Raut said, “Chief Minister Thackeray is also monitoring the situation at the rural level.
The state’s Public Health Minister (Rajesh) Tope, Deputy Chief Minister (Ajit Pawar) … Every person, whether government or administration, is working with full force. ” Describing the situation of Kovid-19 in the country as “serious”, he said that some states are not doing enough investigation. He said that cases of Kovid-19 are suddenly increasing in big states like Uttar Pradesh and Bihar and also increasing in West Bengal. Raut said, “But in a big city like Mumbai, we have seen that the number has almost halved. The reason is that the Chief Minister and the administration in Maharashtra are looking at the rural level to see if the system is working or not. ” On Tuesday, 4,014 new cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Mumbai.
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