Health facilities are being completed properly in Maharashtra. But the corona infection is increasing at a double speed. We are taking private beds in our possession but it also has a limit.
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray (File Photo)
Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has called a meeting of the state cabinet at 3 pm on Sunday. At the same time, new guidelines of Corona will be released with new rules in Mumbai at 5 pm. The Conservative Minister of Mumbai, Aslam Sheikh, also took to the streets today and was very disappointed to see the crowd situation in the market and the Corona rules being completely violated. He also said during a conversation with the media that he is going to meet the Chief Minister and impose strict restrictions on Mumbai. Meanwhile, Mumbai Mayor Kishori Pednekar also addressed the Press Council. He said that he is not aware of what the Chief Minister is going to decide at the moment. But the way the Corona rules are constantly being violated, there is the possibility of the situation going out of control.
He said that at the moment health facilities are being completed properly. But the corona infection is increasing at a double speed. We are taking private beds in our possession but it also has a limit. Why let private hospitals and beds be needed, if people follow three-point rules (masks, two yards, washing hands frequently) then they will not be needed. The mayor of Mumbai said that once again there is an appeal of people not to leave home unnecessarily and not increase the crowd in the markets. Care not only for yourself but also for the life of others. The second wave of Corona will have to be stopped at all costs.
‘We need a lockdown, leave us in our state’
Meanwhile, the leader of the Swabhimani Shetkari organization, Raju Shetty, has strongly opposed the decision of a possible lockdown in the state, while raising the rights of the farmers. He has demanded from the government that if the lockdown is to be imposed, first give the right price of the produce of the farmers, whose employment is going to be in danger, they should compensate it. Lockdown only then. If we cannot do this, then we should be left on our condition. We will take care of ourselves.
‘Farmers’ price of yield, unemployed to be locked up’
Farmer leader Raju Shetty came to promote his candidate in the Pandalpur-Mangalvedha assembly by-election. Bharat Bhalke, NCP Congress MLA from Pandharpur, died on 28 November. He had become corona in the month of October. Because of this, by-elections are being held in Pandharpur. He came to promote his candidate. Talking to the media on this occasion, he strongly opposed the lockdown and said that before any such decision, it is necessary to compensate the price of the produce of the farmers and the unemployed. Merely declaring a lockdown will not work. It is better that the government leaves us with our condition.
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