Corona: Rahul Gandhi shunned the growing cases in Maharashtra, said – we are not in a big role

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New Delhi: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi spoke to the media on Tuesday through video conferencing. He talked on many issues. During this time, when he was questioned about the Uddhav government’s failure to deal with the coronavirus crisis in Maharashtra, he turned away from it. Rahul Gandhi said that his party is not in a big role in running the Maharashtra government. Rahul also said that there is a difference between running or supporting the government.

In Maharashtra, Congress is part of the ‘Maha Vikas Aghadi’ and has a major ministry, but even then Rahul Gandhi said, “We are only helping the government and not in a ‘prominent role’ in the state.” However, Rahul defended the state government and said that Mumbai is connected to the whole country and that is why the cases of Kovid are increasing there. Rahul Gandhi said that where his party is running its government, it is doing a better job.

Fadnavis hit back at Rahul’s statement

Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Fadnavis has retaliated on Rahul Gandhi’s statement. He said, “Rahul Gandhi has blamed the failure of Karona on Uddhav Thackeray and Shiv Sena. Rahul Gandhi is running away from responsibility. The parties are playing the game.” Fadnavis appealed to Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray to take bold decisions.

Shocked at Rahul Gandhi’s statement, Fadnavis said, “The Congress is running away from taking shared responsibility for the failure of the state government. Rahul Gandhi only wants to throw blame on Shiv Sena and Uddhav Thackeray for not being able to control Corona.”

Fadnavis said, “We do not have to establish a government. This government will fall into disarray. Our effort is not to drive them away, to awaken them. The opposition is trying to destabilize the government, such things are spreading by people of the ruling party.” Are. They are doing this to hide their own failure. “

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