Delhi: If we look at the figures of just the last five days of this month, on April 14, more than 17 thousand people in Delhi were hit by Corona, while 104 people lost their lives.
Lockdown in Delhi.
The huge increase in the number of corona patients in Delhi during the last 15 days not only disturbed the common people of Delhi but also blew the Delhi government’s sleep. Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, after consulting the Lieutenant Governor, handed over the command to Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia to handle the eye-popping Michauli between the Delhi government and private stalwarts. Only after that the story started changing. In the first meeting, the officials said that the private hospitals in Delhi do not give the correct information and do not even correspond with the Delhi government.
Highly placed sources say that late on Sunday, Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia were discussing the situation in Delhi, when they decided that the increasing pressure on Delhi should be reduced. Then on the condition of the beds in the hospitals here, where will the sick people go now, then the Deputy Chief Minister kept the preparation of the beds in front. Working under the constant pressure on the doctors and their team of some government and non-government hospitals kept their minds on working day and night, but when the matter was about to cross 25 thousand of Corona patients in a day, then they also discussed with some doctors.
The suggestion that he gave was that a lockdown should be put in place for two weeks to break this growing link, the Chief Minister said that it would be too much and the common people would also be disturbed, so only one week should be put in the beginning, after which on Monday The lockdown was announced at 11 am with Delhi’s Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal.
Deputy CM Manish Sisodia changed the strategy
Now let’s look at its previous background. As the government made the deputy CM the nodal minister, after that, he changed his strategy and started focusing on government hospitals, but the officials were afraid to visit the hospitals for fear of Corona. Even some ministers were afraid to inspect the spot. The MLAs used to sit at home and pressurize the officers and hospitals.
Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia first started visiting government hospitals. Ambedkar Nagar Hospital, GTB Hospital, Rajiv Gandhi Kovid Hospital visited and interacted with officials and doctors. The Burari hospital and when Narela reached, saw the situation worse, after which he asked to make 400 beds in Narela.
The one who is always in the eye and the nearest hospital is important for the Delhi government, Loknayak Jayaprakash Hospital is Daryaganj. Although there is always a crowd of sick people in this hospital, but two days ago when the long queues of ambulances and the condition of the patients were seen in it, the heart became more penetrating. Every day, they kept taking information about the phone calls of the sick and the Timardars wandering for the ASU and the beds. After this, talks were held with the social organization to build the most new Covid Center. DRDO Kovid Center, interacted with many religious institutions. In Chhatarpur, Radhaswami Satsang is being built again. The railway also demanded to make 5 thousand beds.
Corona figures intimidating in Delhi
The one truth which is most darwani is the hiding of the data of the Corona patients by the government officials in Delhi. The correct figures about those who are ill and whose lives have been lost are also not kept in front of the ministers. Arvind Kejriwal also mentioned the same thing on Monday. The story behind this is that the correct figures of private hospitals are not presented here. In the meantime, the number of dead people is even more confused. For this he reprimanded an officer and asked him that you do politics in counting the dead bodies of people. What will be the benefit out of this. Do not hide the figures. Then when I asked for figures from MCD, the story looked a bit different.
If we look at the figures of only the last five days of this month, on April 14, more than 17 thousand people were hit by Corona in Delhi, while 104 people lost their lives. On April 15, the figure here was close to 16 thousand 700. On April 16, this figure reached close to 20 thousand. On April 17, 24 thousand and 18 crossed 25 thousand. These figures will continue to scare us further.
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