Quarantine centres in U’khand becoming torment centres: Anugrah Narayan
Accuses state BJP government of failing to deal with the challenge of Covid-19.
The in-charge of Uttarakhand Congress party and member of All India Congress Committee (AICC), Anugrah Narayan Singh has alleged that the quarantine centres in Uttarakhand have become torment centres. In a statement released on Tuesday, Singh has said that it is unfortunate that a four year old girl died in a quarantine centre due to snake bite and deaths are continuing to be reported from the quarantine centres of the state. He said that the BJP government of Uttarakhand has failed miserably in dealing with the challenge of Covid-19. Singh claimed that had the Uttarakhand government been vigilant and taken pandemic seriously then the situation of the state would have been better. On a sarcastic note, the Congress leader said that those who were responsible for service of people have themselves become an unnecessary load on the people of Uttarakhand. Accusing the state government for adopting an apathetic and insensitive attitude towards the returning migrants, Singh said that the government has offloaded the responsibility of returnees over the Pradhans. These Pradhans don’t have resources and necessary training to combat the pandemic.
Singh appreciated the Congress workers for serving people during the time of crises even as the state government slapped many cases on the Congress leaders and workers.
Wednesday, 03 June 2020 | PNS | Dehradun
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