The state and district administrative system is working well in the Corona crisis. They should be helped. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi has said that all parties need to fight together in the hands of the state of affairs.
While explaining that Corona is in crisis in the country and it is not time to criticize the government in crisis, the Prime Minister should pay each state and see how the money will be deposited in the poor man’s account.
The state and district administrative system are working well in the Corona crisis. They should be helped. Former Congress president Rahul Gandhi has said that all parties need to fight together to put a hand in the situation.
Gandhi also appealed that his warehouses be filled with food and that it should be opened to the poor. I always criticize Prime Minister Narendra Modi, but today is not a time for criticism. He warned that if we are struggling today, we will be defeated instead of facing a crisis
Against Corona, Gandhi today approached journalists through Zoom for the first time. He is worried about the current situation in the country. At the press conference today, Gandhi made it clear that “I will not criticize”. After this lockdown, some preparations were needed, but now it is done. Corona patients need further examination.
Once the Coronado crisis is over, the country will have to face major crises. India is much larger than in other countries. The battle is over now. This is a long battle and will have to be fought slowly. You have major employment problems. The government needs to take steps to solve this problem. I would like to make some suggestions to the government.
You have a warehouse full of food. People should get food. Because the worst of the poor is seen in lockdown. The individuals who don’t have to apportion cards ought to likewise find support. I think the GST money should be paid to the states in the corona crisis. Testing should be done in the hotspot area. India needs to emphasize the testing and think strategically.
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