Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has canceled all his rallies in West Bengal in view of the horrific situation of Corona. At the same time, he has advised the rest of the leaders to consider the results of large public rallies.
Rahul Gandhi tweeted and wrote, “Given the situation of Covid, I am canceling all my public rallies in West Bengal. I would advise all political leaders to take a deep look at the results of holding large public rallies under the current circumstances. Consider.” Shortly before this, Gandhi had tweeted on public rallies in the electoral state of Bengal and said, ‘For the first time we have seen such a crowd of the sick and the dead people’.
The day before, Rahul Gandhi attacked Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the ever increasing corona infects. He alleged that this is the devastation created by Modi. Wrote in his tweet, “Shamshan and kabrastan jo koha so kiya (both cremations and graveyards, fulfilled what was promised).”
After reports of lack of beds and ventilators in some hospitals, Rahul Gandhi has intensified the attack on the government since Thursday. The Congress leader said in a tweet, “There are no tests going on in the hospital, there is no bed, no ventilator, no oxygen, no vaccine, just pretending to be PM Cares?”