Uddhav says PM Modi busy campaigning in Bengal BJP leaders
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NEW DELHI: Maharashtra chief minister Uddhav Thackeray on Saturday mentioned he had tried to contact Prime Minister Narendra Modi on telephone concerning the oxygen provide for the state however the PM was not accessible since he was busy campaigning for the West Bengal elections.
Earlier, Thackeray, in a letter to PM Modi, had sought the Centre’s permission to airlift medical oxygen from different states.
The state’s minority affairs minister Nawab Malik who accused PM Modi of being busy in elections whereas “people are dying” on Saturday mentioned, “Chief minister (Uddhav Thackeray) is trying to contact PM Modi on phone over shortage of oxygen and Remdesivir and he was informed that the Prime Minister is on Bengal tour.”
Shortly after Uddhav’s SOS name to the PM, Union well being minister Harsh Vardhan reached out to the state head and guaranteed him of sufficient and uninterrupted provide in assets. The Union well being minister mentioned Maharashtra – the nation’s worst affected state – would obtain 1,121 ventilators from the Centre.

However, Vardhan’s colleague and Union railway minister Piyush Goyal hit again on the C M, accusing him of taking part in “petty politics” and known as his authorities “inept and corrupt”.

Goyal, in a collection of tweets, mentioned that Maharashtra has to this point obtained the very best amount of Oxygen in India.
“People of Maharashtra are following ‘Majha Kutumb, Majhi Javabadari’ dutifully. It is time the CM also follows his duties in the spirit of ‘Majha Rajya, Majhi Javabadari,” Goyal tweeted.
On Friday, Goyal had mentioned that the Prime Minister in his evaluate informed that the Centre and states ought to work with synergy on this disaster.
Maharashtra which is the worst-hit state within the Covid illness pandemic has until now recorded over three.7 million instances, 59,551 deaths and three,519,208 recoveries, in line with the state well being division.

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