Vijay Parekh has expressed his anger on his Twitter account. On 10 July 2020, he has also shared the receipt of the deposited amount with his tweet.
In the second wave of Corona virus, about 4 thousand people are dying every day.
The country witnessed the first wave of Coronavirus in India and the country witnessed lockdown for the first time. This lockdown lasted for many days. Due to this sudden lockdown, the condition of poor laborers continued to deteriorate. At such a time, Prime Minister Narendra Modi (PM Narendra Modi) called upon the countrymen to help. The call had an impact on the countrymen and billions of rupees were deposited in the PM Care Fund. Among those who donated from across the country, one name was Vijay Parekh, who lives in Ahmedabad.
Vijay Parekh deposited about 2 lakh 51 thousand rupees in PM Care Fund. But when the second wave of Corona came, his ailing mother kept wandering from rate to rate for treatment but she could not find any beds in the hospitals. Because of this, Vijay Parekh has expressed his anger on his Twitter account. On 10 July 2020, he has also shared the receipt of the deposited amount with his tweet.
Donation of 251k couldn’t ensure bed for my dying mother. Pls advise how much more should I donate to reserve berth for the 3rd wave so I don’t lose any more members..@PMOIndia, rajnathsingh, @RSSorg, @smritiirani, @rashtrapatibhvn pic.twitter.com/9a66NxBlHG
– Vijay Parikh (VeejayParikh) May 24, 2021
Such spill lamp Parekh’s pain
“I deposited Rs 2.51 lakh in PM Care Fund. But the bed was not available to my mother standing at the door of death. Guide me where I can help, given the fear of the third wave, which will enable me to get a bed. And I won’t have to lose myself. ” In his tweet, Vijay Parekh has expressed his feelings in this way.
This tweet is going viral very fast. It has not been even 24 hours and more than 24 thousand likes have come and about ten and a half thousand people have retweeted it. However, many people are targeting Deepak Parekh for such tweet and saying that there was no condition of donation that you will get some facility instead.
Many others have also shared their concerns by retweeting Deepak’s tweet. A user named Kritansh Agarwal has written – I had also donated, if there was a refund policy, I would have withdrawn my money. Another person named Surya has advised Vijay that he should not beat social media on the basis of doing such a virtuous work of donating. Instead of writing all these, they should do something for better medical facilities in their area.
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