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Delhi Congress Protests At Over 1000 Locations On Rising Corona Cases

Delhi Congress Protest

Delhi Congress protested today at over 1000 locations in the national capital over the failure of both the ruling governments to curb the increasing cases of corona. Congress workers sat outside their houses wearing a black band and raised slogans against the inability of governments to reinstate a safe situation in the national capital.

Earlier, after returning from the All party meet, hoisted by the home minister Amit Shah, Delhi Congress President has said that after such a huge mess, the two governments have finally woken up to the threat of Corona posed in Delhi.

The PCC president has put forward a 11 point suggestions at the all party meet that included converting school and college hostels into isolation centres and throwing open three Delhi government hospitals which are nearing completion and have a combined strength of 2,609 beds. The party objected to the use of train coaches to lodge quarantine patients as it would not be comfortable for patients to be put up in non-AC, cramped train coaches in this hot weather.

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