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Corona in Delhi : Congress calls Kejriwal Govt. “Insensitive”

Delhi Congress Chief, Anil Chaudhary, slammed Kejriwal Government for being “Insensitive” as the number of cases in Delhi breached the 16,000-mark after the national capital recorded more than a 1,000 fresh cases in the last 24 hours. With 1,024 more patients testing positive in the city since Wednesday, Delhi’s Covid-19 count now stands at 16,281, according to officials.

Delhi Congress President, Anil Chaudhary, mentioned that the Kejriwal Government has failed on all fronts when asked to evaluate the Delhi Government’s effort during the shutdown in wake of the Covid-19 outbreak. 

Delhi Congress Leader, highlighted that opening almost everything without proper arrangements and surveillance is not a solution. Whether, we talk about the long queues at screening centres due to less in number or the chaos happening at Wine Shops. We don’t see any major effort taken by the Delhi Government to tackle these. Also, precaution is always better than Cure and thus, we request Kejriwal Government to stop concentrating in their print or commercial advertisements ranging from newspapers to bus stops & TV channels and start focusing on dealing with this pandemic in better way, he said.

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