Rahul Gandhi once again targeted the central government regarding the black fungus and said, “Instead of giving treatment, why is the Modi government entrapping the public in formalities?”
Rahul Gandhi (File Photo)
Congress MP Rahul Gandhi is a constant attacker on the central government regarding the corona epidemic. The Congress leader has once again tried to surround the central government regarding the shortage of black fungus medicine. On Tuesday, he tweeted and asked the Central Government to clarify some things about the Black Fungus epidemic. Rahul Gandhi said, “The Central Government should clarify about the Black Fungus epidemic- 1. What is being done for lack of Amphotericin B medicine? 2. What is the procedure to provide this medicine to the patients? 3. Instead of giving treatment, why is the Modi government implicating the public in formalities? ”
Earlier also, Rahul Gandhi had targeted the central government and said that due to mismanagement of Modi system, now black fungus has spread in India as an epidemic along with corona infection. Rahul Gandhi had said in a tweet, “Only in India there is a black fungus epidemic along with corona due to the misgovernance of the Modi system. Not only is there a lack of vaccine, there is also a huge shortage of medicine for this new epidemic. To combat this, the PM must have announced the clapping.
Black fungus cases increasing rapidly in many states
Among the corona, cases of mucormycosis or black fungus have increased rapidly in many states. At the same time, the drug Amphotericin-B used in its treatment is not easily available. The epidemic is spreading in many other states including Delhi, Rajasthan, Telangana, Karnataka Haryana, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh and Uttar Pradesh. In view of the situation, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Haryana, Telangana, Tamil Nadu and Uttar Pradesh have declared black fungus as an epidemic.
Now children also came in the grip of black fungus
Until now, the black fungus was affecting only adults, but now it is also being found in children and two cases have been reported in rural areas of Karnataka. Amidst the increasing cases of black fungus in Karnataka, Dr. Sujatha Rathod, Director, Minto Eye Hospital said on Monday that ‘Since May 10, about 126 patients of mucormycosis were treated in our ward, out of which 32 patients have died and 20 were discharged after recovery. We have treated 6 patients, whose eyesight has not been corrected ‘.
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