Updated: September 14, 2020 10:56:24 am
Launching a pointy assault towards the Modi authorities over the dealing with of the coronavirus pandemic within the nation, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi stated that individuals of India must be ‘atmanibhar‘ (self-reliant) and ‘save their very own lives as a result of PM is busy with a peacock.’ He additionally focused the prime minister for the “unplanned lockdown” calling it “reward of 1 man’s ego.”
In a tweet posted this morning, Rahul wrote, “India’s coronavirus circumstances will cross 50 lakh this week and lively circumstances will cross 10 lakh. Unplanned lockdown was the reward of 1 man’s ego, which led to the unfold of coronavirus throughout the nation. Modi authorities stated “be self-reliant (atmanirbhar)”… which meant “save your personal lives” as a result of the Prime Minister is busy with a peacock.”
In his tweet, Gandhi is referring to the video recently shared by the prime minister on his Instagram deal with. The video, shared with a poem in Hindi, reveals PM Modi spending time with peacocks at his Lok Kalyan Marg residence. In the 1.47-minute video, PM Modi could be seen feeding grains to the fowl throughout his morning workouts whereas one other clip reveals him with a pair of peahen inside his residence.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been repeatedly stressing on the significance of the nation changing into ‘atmanirbhar’. The financial package deal totaling Rs 20 lakh crore to tide over the Covid-19 disaster has additionally been named as ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan’.
कोरोना संक्रमण के आँकड़े इस हफ़्ते 50 लाख और ऐक्टिव केस 10 लाख पार हो जाएँगे।
अनियोजित लॉकडाउन एक व्यक्ति के अहंकार की देन है जिससे कोरोना देशभर में फैल गया।
मोदी सरकार ने कहा आत्मनिर्भर बनिए यानि अपनी जान ख़ुद ही बचा लीजिए क्योंकि PM मोर के साथ व्यस्त हैं।
— Rahul Gandhi (@RahulGandhi) September 14, 2020
The coronavirus tally in India crossed the 48 lakh-mark with 92,071 new circumstances reported within the final 24 hours. As many as 1,136 deaths have been reported on Sunday, taking the toll to 79,722.
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