Delhi Deputy CM Manish Sisodia targeted the Centre for not allowing to form a committee regarding the alleged deaths of the people due to oxygen constrain on July 21. Meanwhile, the Union Health Ministry stated that the other states and Union Territories reported zero deaths due to oxygen shortage. “The Centre wants to hide the truth about the mismanagement it brought on,” said Sisodia.
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PM Narendra is set to address the CoWIN global conclave on July 5, will share India's experience with regards to universal vaccination in order to fight Covid-19 through the vaccine. Several health experts from 50 countries, such as Canada, Mexico, Nigeria, and others will take part in the conclave. In the wake of Universal vaccination, the Union ministry of health, external affairs, and the NHA have jointly organized the event.
Mona Dwivedi, a resident of UP's Agra, shot herself in the chest on July 2 and blamed her brothers-in-law for allegedly torturing her. The 30-year-old inked a letter to PM Modi requesting him to ''ensure the safety of women in their houses.'' Moreover, the mother of two, wrote that she couldn't raise her voice against the prolonged torture as she was afraid of being abandoned by her husband.
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the benefit of the government’s “Digital India Mission” that enabled the incorporation of one nation, one-ration card scheme. Over the six-year completion of its mission, the PM enlightened the citizens with the advantage of direct transaction. He stated, “Digital India scheme has empowered common people.” Besides, the SC has ordered the states and Union Territories to incorporate the scheme by July 31… read-more
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Accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of the traumatic disaster caused due to pandemic, Indian stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra elucidated the covid situation in India. Quoting a statement of Modi, which states India's control upon pandemic has "saved mankind from tragedy"; Kamra accused the leader of "blatantly lying" and slammed for promoting Kumbh Mela, election rallies, and the vaccination drive. Besides, he also highlighted the adverse… read-more
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PM Narendra Modi has called for an all-party meeting on the erstwhile state on June 24, as confirmed by the Gupkar alliance leaders. “We will talk about everything as there isn’t a fixed agenda for the all-party meeting,” said National Conference (NC) chief Farooq Abdullah after meeting with the alliance. Mehbooba Mufti and the NC previously held meetings and urged their chiefs to take a final call over the issue.
Over the government's mismanagement of COVID-19, Congress Leader Rahul Gandhi revealed a ‘White Paper’ on June 22 to help India prepare for the third wave of Covid-19. There were innumerable deaths in the second wave due to the lack of oxygen “and even the Prime Minister's tears could not save them,” said Gandhi. Further, he regards the first and second wave management to be “disastrous.
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PM Narendra Modi on June 3 directed the officials to vaccinate Tokyo Olympics athletes and their support staff at the earliest as a part of India's preparedness for the event. "From vaccination to training facilities, every need of our sportspersons must be fulfilled on top priority," said PM Modi. Reportedly, he has also planned to interact with the athletes in July to encourage them for their Olympic venture.
TMC MP Abhishek Banerjee on June 2 demanded a Disaster Management Act notice against PM Narendra Modi, Home Minister Amit Shah and the Election Commission for allegedly aggravating COVID-19 situation. "When the PM should have been asking people to stay home and wear masks, he was publicly speaking," said Banerjee. This comes after the Centre sent a notice to Mamata Banerjee's chief adviser Alapan Bandyopadhyay for skipping a PM-chaired… read-more
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Announcing numerous COVID-19 support measures, the Centre on May 29 promised pension to families that lost their sole bread-earners due to the pandemic. The government also stated that it had "enhanced and liberalized" the insurance compensation policy under Employees’ Deposit Linked Insurance Scheme to support such families. Moreover, the benefit will be available retrospectively to cover COVID casualties from 24.03.2020 till 22.03.2022.