Oppn fumes as PM Modi blames them for Covid spread in his Lok Sabha speech

By | February 7, 2022

Shiv Sena MP Priyanka Chaturvedi on Monday said that if it was wrong in the eyes of the PM to take care of the stranded migrants after the sudden lockdown was announced due to the pandemic, then we will repeat this mistake 100 times for the sake of humanity. ,

This comes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his Lok Sabha address on Monday alleged that opposition parties gave “free tickets” to migrant workers in Mumbai, resulting in the spread of the infection.

“When Shramik trains started, can the country forget how these poor laborers were being charged for tickets? The state government stepped in to pay their fare,” he said.

Congress national spokesperson Pawan Khera also targeted the PM for his statements in the Lok Sabha.

“You are the Prime Minister of the country. Before the announcement of the lockdown, you had given only a 4-hour window. You didn’t think about the daily wage workers. Had there been a little humanity, you wouldn’t have said one thing. A little ashamed. So today you would have apologized to those workers.”

‘Special material available in Himalayan caves?’

Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Mahua Moitra criticized the PM’s reply to the President’s address in the Lok Sabha, saying the government, which organized the Howdy Trump event, asked people to beat thali, light diyas now to spread the covid virus. Blaming the opposition.

Mahua Moitra tweeted, “Is there such a government that organized the Howdy Trump event, then asked people to play thali, lighting diyas, now accusing the opposition of spreading corona? Is this special stuff only in Himalayan caves Available? Just wondering.”

Commenting on PM Modi’s laughter during his attack on Congress, Moitra said, “Is it just me but is his horrifying laughter like Mogambo Khush Hua.”

“Iss Corona kaal me me Congress ne toh hadd kar di [Congress crossed all limits during the Corona pandemic]PM Modi said during his speech in Parliament.

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Prime Minister’s speech in Lok Sabha | see here

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