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UP News: At least 10 people died in every village due to Corona, BJP leader claims – Yogi government should compensate the dead

Uttar Pradesh News: Former MLA Ram Iqbal Singh has claimed that in the second wave at least ten people have died due to corona infection in every village due to not taking lessons from the first wave of corona.

Uttar Pradesh News: Bharatiya Janata Party’s State Working Committee member and former MLA Ram Iqbal Singh has claimed that in the second wave at least ten people died of corona infection in every village due to not taking lessons from the first wave of corona. BJP leader Ram Iqbal Singh, while talking in Nagra of Ballia district, has given this statement to make the BJP government uncomfortable. Also Read – PMI Index for June: Bad news for the economy, decline in manufacturing activity for the first time in 11 months

Singh has said that the Health Department did not take a lesson from the first wave of corona and due to this a large number of infected people died in the second wave. He claimed that there is no such village where 10 people have not lost their lives due to corona infection. Singh also demanded financial assistance of Rs 10 lakh to the families of those who lost their lives due to the infection. Also Read – Mayawati’s big announcement regarding the assembly elections to be held in UP next year – know what the BSP chief said …

The former MLA alleged that the entire system of health department in Ballia district has collapsed and after 75 years of independence, there are neither doctors nor medicines in the hospitals of this district with a population of 34 lakhs. When asked whether Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had expressed satisfaction over the arrangement of the health department during his visit to Ballia in the past, the BJP leader alleged that the officials misled the Chief Minister, did not show him the truth. Also Read – President of India Ramnath Kovind: Even today, His Majesty’s heart resides in his village, Ramnath Kovind became emotional after seeing the motherland, said this…

Singh has also targeted the BJP government over the condition of farmers. He said that today the farmers are completely devastated and the annadatas are now forced to leave farming. The BJP leader said that on wheat procurement, the government has increased the MSP (Minimum Support Price) by Rs 1975 only to Rs 72 from last year’s procurement rate, while the cost of farmers has doubled. He said that the BJP government should give subsidy to farmers on diesel.

Singh clarified that he is making this statement to alert the BJP government so that the party does not have to bear the brunt of this mismanagement in the upcoming elections to the Uttar Pradesh Assembly. This is not the first time that a BJP leader has expressed his displeasure over the management of the Kovid-19 pandemic.

Earlier in May, BJP MLA from Sitapur, Rakesh Rathore, expressed displeasure over the management of Kovid-19, saying, ‘What is the status of the MLAs now, if we speak more then we will be accused of sedition. will be given.

Similarly, on May 9, Union Labor Minister Santosh Gangwar had lodged his displeasure over the arrangements to deal with Kovid-19 in Bareilly. In a letter to Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, he had alleged that officials do not pick up telephones and patients are being returned from government health centers in the name of referral.

Gangwar had also complained about acute shortage of empty oxygen cylinders in Bareilly and selling of medical equipment at exorbitant prices.
A day after this, BJP MLA from Jasrana seat in Firozabad, Ram Gopal Lodhi, claimed that his wife, who was infected with Kovid-19, had to lie on the ground for more than three hours due to non-availability of a bed in the hospital in Agra.

Lodhi had also put a video of himself on social media, which created uncomfortable situations in front of the state government. Earlier, in the month of April, State Law Minister Brijesh Pathak also wrote a letter to the responsible officials of the Health Department, which went viral on social media.

Expressing displeasure over the attitude of the Health Department officials in the letter, Pathak said that there is a shortage of beds for the patients of Kovid-19 in the hospitals and the ambulance service is also not running properly. On the other hand, BJP Kisan Morcha’s former national president and MP Virendra Singh Mast accused the Bharatiya Kisan Union leader Rakesh Tikait of diverting the farmers’ movement and said that Tikait should have kept the movement farmer-centric. (language)


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