Vadodara Congress gives memorandum to collector about shortage of remedisivir injections and plight of patients and their relatives
Vadodara Congress gives a memorandum to the collector about the shortage of remedisivir injections and the plight of covid positive patients and their relatives.
Vadodara city Congress former President Prashant Patel said they had gathered today to raise the grievances of people and an application was handed over to the collector on issues including the black market of remedisivir injection.
Recently people have been suffering a lot to get injections and the administration is also not releasing the original corona statistics. They also put allegations on authorities for various matter and raised question about why the government silent on the issue of inconvenience to the people.
Councillor Ami Rawat said that Covid centers should be set up by the corporation in government places instead of private ones. High Court has filed a Suomoto case against the government which proves the failure of the government. In the Corona pandemic, patients and relatives stand in line for all services. If it is not possible to provide full facilities to the people, then an all-party meeting be called and a definite strategy should be decided.
On the issue, former Opposition leader and present corporator Chandrakant Srivastava said that on the one hand, people were suffering and on the other hand, the government is talking about Teeka Utsav. People are running everywhere for getting remedisivir injections to save their families and the ruling party leaders are getting applause by holding programs.
He further said that when people are not getting injections, then there should be an inquiry into how Bharatiya Janata Party president CR Patil get them. A large number of Congress workers joined and gives a memorandum demanding to make a definite plan on the issue of covid work and remedisivir injection.