The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has slammed West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for finishing up a false propaganda to belittle the Centre’s efforts to arrest the unfold of Covid-19. Amit Malviya, occasion’s co-in cost of West Bengal, mentioned that when the state had plunged into a significant disaster however the she skipped a number of conferences convened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to assist deal with the matter.
Malviya mentioned that Mamata did not attend any Covid administration assembly held within the final three months, including that this displays the extent of seriousness her authorities is adopting in combating in opposition to the virus.
“Mamata Banerjee has not attended a single Covid management meet held in the last 3 months held between the PM and CMs because she is busy “campaigning”. Reflects her seriousness when it comes to managing Covid in West Bengal. For the records she also holds the health portfolio,” he tweeted.
“She has not only failed to utilise the quota of vaccine sent to WB but also scaled down the number of Covid beds (down to 7,776 in Apr as compared to 13,588 in Dec) and treatment facilities across the state. All she does is write letters to Prime Minister for narrow politics…,” the BJP chief added.
BJP’s Bengal unit chief Dilip Ghosh too blasted Mamata as he trashed her prices that PM Modi had exported a significant chunk of vaccines. He mentioned that Banerjee didn’t reply to missives of the Union Health Ministry and accused her of making confusion.
“Our country was working on seven vaccines, of which two has been approved, produced in bulk and administered to at least 12.5 crore so far. Statesmen from several countries have compared Modiji’s feat with that of Lord Hanuman who carried mountain on his shoulder (to cure Lord Laxman with medicinal plant). Modiji sent boxes of vaccine to other countries. We catered to our needs as well as those of our global friends,” he mentioned.
Earlier on Tuesday, Banerjee in a letter written to PM Modi mentioned that criticised the Central authorities over its Covid-19 vaccine policy, terming it as “hollow, without any substance and regrettable show of evasion of responsibility”.
This is the second letter the Chief Minister despatched to Modi in three days. On Sunday, she had requested the Prime Minister to make accessible the provision of vaccine, medication and oxygen in order that West Bengal can scale up the vaccination course of and supply satisfactory remedy to the individuals.