Rahul Gandhi questions govt’s claims on battling COVID-19


New Delhi, July 13

Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Monday questioned the federal government’s claims on battling COVID-19, asking is India at a “good position” within the battle in opposition to the virus.

His remarks got here a day after Union Home Minister Amit Shah mentioned India was in a “good position” within the battle in opposition to the COVID-19 pandemic and the nation would combat the illness with dedication and enthusiasm.

In a tweet, Gandhi requested: “India at good position in COVID19 battle?”

He tagged a graph of India’s each day common COVID instances that confirmed a gradual rise, in opposition to that of different nations like South Korea and New Zealand which have proven a gradual decline in instances.

India noticed a each day rise of 28,701 instances within the final 24 hours, taking the entire variety of instances to eight,78,254 as on Monday morning, whereas the dying toll climbed to 23,174 with 500 individuals succumbing to the an infection, based on the Union Health Ministry information.

Gandhi has been vital of the federal government on the dealing with of the COVID disaster and has accused it of getting did not sort out the scenario. PTI



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