Banglahant Desk: Once again, CPI (M) general secretary Sitaram Iyechuri tweeted to Narendra Modi. Last Tuesday, a record 21 people were killed in Modi's state of Gujarat. With that incident in mind, this time the eminent leftist political figure launched an attack.
On the Twitter handle, he questioned, the situation in Gujarat is extremely worrying. In Kerala, the number of infectious diseases is doubling in 4 days as compared to 71 days. States like Gujarat and MP are a warning to others, and it will jeopardize the success of other states in controlling the spread of Kovid-19.
The situation in Gujarat is very worrying. The infected cases are doubling there in 4 days, compared to 71 days for Kerala. States like Gujarat and MP are a warning for others, and also run the risk of neutralizing the success of other states in checking the spread of COVID-19. pic.twitter.com/tf72cnqIXl
– Sitaram Yechury (itSitaramYechury) April 22, 2020
Earlier, CPI (M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury had questioned Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Twitter over the Corona issue.
He shared a cartoon of cartoonist Satish Acharya. Where it is seen that the statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel is trying to finance in the empty pocket of the medical sector. In the caption he wrote, The toon is right. Public funds were not used by Modi for healthcare but for vanity projects and on PR campaigns. Our valiant health-workers are paying the price, as are the poor and vulnerable who are bearing the brunt of this govt's gross, wilful neglect of people's welfare. Paying this price, the poor and the weak who are the benefactors of this government, bearing the fruits of deliberate neglect of the welfare of the people)
Madhya Pradesh is one of the major infection hotspots, witnessing a very high level of fatalities. It doesn & # 039; t even have kits to test, a situation directly brought upon by the BJP & # 039; s top leadership. Toppling a state govt has imposed a very heavy burden on the people of the state. pic.twitter.com/gfbp6UcziP
– Sitaram Yechury (itSitaramYechury) April 25, 2020
He then questioned the central government's health policy in two other tweets, one in which he wrote that the first coronary heart attack in India was on January 31. At that time, Modi was busy with Trump's event.
On the other hand, if there is no PPE, our healthcare workers will start getting infected. The whole purpose of the lockdown will then be missed. Why is Modi silent on such an important issue? The Prime Minister is asking the people to play the dish instead of providing PPE to our healthcare workers.